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East Knox’s Bridget Dennis (1) catches the pickoff attempt to apply the tag to Utica’s Kayln Scott in the third inning of Tuesday’s game. The game was stopped after five innings with the Bulldogs ahead, 3-0.
East Knox’s Bridget Dennis (1) catches the pickoff attempt to apply the tag to Utica’s Kayln Scott in the third inning of Tuesday’s game. The game was stopped after five innings with the Bulldogs ahead, 3-0. (Photo by Bill Davis) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
April 17, 2013 10:20 am EDT

 

HOWARD — Mother Nature brought an abrupt halt Tuesday to what had been one of the better defensive softball games of the season.

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The East Knox Bulldogs managed to get three runs due to solid hitting and baserunning, then held on to their 3-0 lead over the Utica Redskins when impending storms stopped the game after five innings.

No word yet on when the game will resume. There was confusion at the field whether the game would continue at all, but Mid-Buckeye Conference rules state that all seven innings must be played to count as a league game.

 

 

 

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