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District 12 Big League Softball wraps up Series with pair of wins

The District 12 Big League Softball won both its games Tuesday at the World Series in Kalamazoo, Mich.

The Southeast region champions completed the tournament with a 5-3 record and fourth-place finish but missed out on tonight's championship game.

In its first game, Southeast held the Latin America representatives from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to one hit in a 5-0 victory.

Southeast pitchers Lakyn Shull of River Ridge, former Mitchell aces Ciara Seymour and Cortney Radke and Mitchell's Heather Muccino combined to keep Latin America off the scoreboard.

Radke hit a home run to provide Southeast with the only run it would need. East Lake's Hayley Davis had a double and two hits, and Muccino added a double for Southeast, which scored one run in the fifth inning and four more in the sixth.

Against the West region champs from Antelope Valley, Calif., Southeast built a 4-0 lead and cruised to an 8-1 victory.

Muccino and former River Ridge standout Madison Morris each had a double and two hits. Mitchell's Cori Williams, Seymour and Davis collected two hits apiece for Southeast, comprised of players from northern Pinellas and southern Pasco counties.

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