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White Oak Farms’ Erin Lawhon, left, beats the throw to third while American Health Network third baseman Veronica Schermerhorn awaits the ball in the first inning of Sunday’s MVGS 16-under championship game. White Oak Farms won, 13-4.
White Oak Farms’ Erin Lawhon, left, beats the throw to third while American Health Network third baseman Veronica Schermerhorn awaits the ball in the first inning of Sunday’s MVGS 16-under championship game. White Oak Farms won, 13-4. (Photo by Bez Saciri) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
June 24, 2013 10:56 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — Fresh off its 8-2 win earlier in the day against Goetzman, American Health Network was in a confident state of mind heading into its championship showdown against the representatives of the winners’ bracket, White Oak Farms.

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However, White Oak Farms wanted to impose its will early on in the game, and the team was able to do just that.

Thanks to an impressive offensive display, White Oak Farms won the Mount Vernon Girls Softball League 16-under championship, 13-4, at Memorial Park on Sunday.

“I think it is wonderful that I have 12 girls that can all hit the ball well,” White Oak Farms head coach Sara Lawhon said. “That has been the key to our success all season long.”

Leading the charge offensively for White Oak Farms was Peyton McCord. McCord went 4-for-4 with 2 runs batted in for the away team. Erin Lawhon went 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs and Ashley Wilson went 2-for-2 with an RBI.

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