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SP girls top Minford 6-2

Published 10:56pm Saturday, April 27, 2013

Jim Walker


SOUTH POINT — Maybe the South Point Lady Pointers need to look into becoming financial investors.

The Lady Pointers had just four hits but scored six runs in a 6-2 win over the Minford Lady Falcons on Thursday.

“We played great defense and got the hits when we needed against a very good Minford team,” said South Point coach Tanner Heaberlin.

“Kaitlyn Brown pitched another great game and let her defense play behind her.”

South Point took a 1-0 lead in the third when Brown walked and Abbey Winkler reached on an error.

Minford tied the game in the fourth on a home run by Jordyn Pennington, but the Lady Pointers got two in the fifth.

Brown walked and Winkler had an RBI double. Winkler scored after a wild pitch and passed ball.

The Lady Pointers got three runs in the sixth.

Haley Rawlins was safe on an error, Sylvia Griffith was hit by a pitch and Andi Kleinman had a two-run double. Hannah Carey singled in a run and later scored on a wild pitch.

Minford 000 100 1 = 2 6 2

South Point 001 023 x = 6 4 0

Kelsey Conkey and Jordyn Pennington. Kaitlyn Brown and Andi Kleinman. W-Brown (K-4). L-Conkey (K-12). 2B-SP: Abbey Winkler, Andi Kleinman. HR-Minford: Pennington. Hitting-Minford: Ali Allen 1-3, Jordyn Pennington 2-3, Abby Fuhrmann 1-3, Tressa Carter 1-3, Haley Johnson 1-3; SP: Abbey Winkler 1-3, Andi Kleinman 1-3, Halie Powell 1-3, Hannah Carey 1-3.

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