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IMAGES: Spring Valley Softball
Thursday, April 12, 2012 - 23:52 by Chris Spencer, HNN Photographer
The third game went the way of the Pioneers with strong hitting and defense that was over in 2 1/2 innings. Wayne scored 11 runs and shut out Spring Valley 11-0 under the new mercy rule. Spring Valley was hoping to score at least a couple of runs in the top of the third to keep the keep going longer. The Wayne defense stopped that from happening.
After the three softball games were played on Thursday Wayne had one two games, Spring Valley one and Pikeville zero.