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PND nips Lady Tigers

Published 1:43am Friday, May 3, 2013

Jim Walker


PORTSMOUTH — Tori Harr took care of things by herself.

Harr pitched a two-hitter and hit a two-run homer as the Portsmouth Notre Dame Lady Titans slipped past the Ironton Lady Fighting Tigers 3-0 on Thursday.

Harr struck out seven and walked one. She is now 14-0 on the season for the Lady Titans who are 18-3.

Laken White went 2-3 for the Lady Tigers’ only hits.

Erin Wetzel pitched well in defeat as she scattered nine hits, struck out two and walked two.

Notre Dame got a run in the first inning and didn’t score again until Harr hit her home run in the sixth.

Ironton plays at Chesapeake on Friday.

Ironton 000 000 0 = 0 2 0

Notre Dame 100 002 x = 3 9 1

Erin Wetzel and Saige Fields. Tori Harr and . W-Harr (K-7, BB-1) L-Wetzel (K-2, BB-2, ER-3). 2B-PND: Miranda Pauley. HR-PND: Tori Harr. Hitting-Ironton: Laken White 2-3; PND: Kaylin Corns 1-3, Madi Phillips 3-3 rbi, Miranda Pauley 1-3, Tori Harr 2-3 rbi-2, Jen Arnzen 1-3, Brooke Pierron 1-2.

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