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Mount Vernon shortstop Nicole Doyle tosses the ball to second base for a forceout after making a diving stop on a ground ball hit by Delaware Hayes’ Lindsey Blair in the fourth inning of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game.
Mount Vernon shortstop Nicole Doyle tosses the ball to second base for a forceout after making a diving stop on a ground ball hit by Delaware Hayes’ Lindsey Blair in the fourth inning of Friday’s Ohio Capital Conference game. (Photo by Bill Davis) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
May 4, 2013 8:55 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — It’s been a rough season for the Mount Vernon softball team.

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The girls have battled through a spate of injuries over the course of the season. Players have had to learn new positions on the fly. The lineup rarely stays the same day in and day out.

All good news for the visiting Delaware Hayes Pacers.

The Pacers put up 14 hits and overwhelmed the Yellow Jackets early in Thursday’s Ohio Capital Conference rivalry game, earning a 9-2 victory on Mount Vernon’s home field.

 

 

 

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