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District 12 Big League Softball earns split on Day 2 at Series

The District 12 Big League Softball team split a pair of games Friday on the second day of the Big League World Series in Kalamazoo, Mich.

The team, representing the Southeast region, defeated the Asia Pacific representative from Manila, Philippines, 7-4 in its first game.

Southeast led 4-0 after four innings and 7-2 after six. Heather Muccino and Abigail Hess each had a double and two hits, and East Lake's Hayley Davis added a home run.

Pitchers Ciara Seymour, Cori Williams and Muccino combined to limit Asia Pacific to five hits.

In the nightcap, Southeast fell 6-3 in 10 innings to tournament host Kalamazoo.

Southeast fell behind 2-0 in the first inning before rallying in the seventh to tie the game at 2. In the 10th, Kalamazoo scored four times.

Southeast (1-2) plays the Southwest champions from West Monroe, La., at 3:30 p.m. today. Sunday, it will face the East region champions from Laurel, Del., at 3:30 p.m.

District 12 Big League Softball earns split on Day 2 at Series 08/06/10 [Last modified: Friday, August 6, 2010 11:11pm]
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