Angels softball stars 3-0

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District tournament play

By The Staff



The Lancaster County Dixie Softball Angels all-stars remained unbeaten in the district tournament with a 10-4 win over Jefferson on Monday night at the Rodman Athletic Complex.

The Angels, 3-0 in the tournament, snapped a 4-all tie with a six-run seventh inning to take the win.

Mayla Flynn and Brooke Mullins combined on the mound for the Angels. A determined Flynn worked six innings and Mullins hurled a frame in scoreless relief.

“Flynn showed a lot of heart,” Lancaster Angels coach Ellenia Russell said.

Rebecca Price led the offense with two hits, including a double. Hunter Allen, Raegen Brewer and Hannah Boone each had two hits. Kristen Wemes and Makayla Cairnes had a hit and scored two runs apiece.

Abbi Burgess had a hit. Mullins scored twice and Kadaja Cunningham tallied a run.

The Angels stars, the tournament’s lone unbeaten team, play in the championship round today at 6 p.m.

On Saturday, the Lancaster Angels defeated Union 5-1 as Rebecca Price was the winner with seven strikeouts in five innings. She allowed three hits and a walk.

Price paced the attack with a three-run double.Bree Ballard drilled a triple. Kristen Wemes and Brooke Mullins each had a hit and scored a run. Raegan Brewer and Emily Taylor added a hit apiece.

The Angels opened play Friday with an 8-4 win over Chester.

The Lancaster County Darlings all-stars stayed alive in the tournament, taking a 14-7 win over Jefferson on Monday night.

“We hit the ball real well and our defense did a fantastic job,” Darlings coach Will Wrenn said. “We had a team effort to pull out the win. Our entire team deserves credit for a fine effort.”

The Darlings defeated Jefferson, 13-5 on Friday and fell to Union, 7-3 on Saturday.

The Darlings stars faced Chester in an elimination game Tuesday at the Rodman Complex.

The Lancaster County Ponytails stars fell to Chester, 14-5 to see their hopes end in the district tournament in Rodman.

“Our girls gave their best, but we just fell a little short,” Lancaster County Ponytails coach Joe Wade said. “I appreciate the support of the parents, fans and the Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission.”

Lancaster defeated Chester, 8-6 in its tournament opener before falling to Chesterfield, 4-1 on Saturday.

Chester faced Chesterfield for the district title.