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Madison Advances to Regional Softball Finals

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  Originally Published on: 5/30/2013

The never-say-die Rams continued their Cinderella post-season by downing Lima Bath Tuesday afternoon,6-3. The Wild Kittens could barely muster a purr as the Rams paired timely hitting with superb pitching to advance to Saturday's final at Bucyrus High School. Madison jumped on ace Kimmy Reynolds early, plating three runs in the top of the first. Shortstop, Liz Sutter, set the tone with a game-opeing single and advanced on a wild pitch. Sarah Cook doubled her home and Makayala Mobley singled Cook in. Bailey Kiser brought Mobley around for a 3-0 lead. Senior hurler, Paige Carper, settled in nicely, holding the Wild Kittens at bay through the first four innings. Bath would break through in the bottom of the fifth, knotting the score with four singles and and RBI walk. A momentum switch was expected but the Rams scored three in the top of the sixth to quickly regain their lead. Paige Carper helped her own cause by singling in the winning run. Liz Sutter also scored and Katie Clever added her second RBI of the game.

   
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