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Poteau girls blank Pocola; Lady Pirate ace misses out again on perfect game at home, but still gets win over the Lady Indians

August 28, 2013

NOT QUITE — Poteau baserunner Sunnie McConnell, right, just gets to second base before Pocola second baseman Madison Lomon, center, can get the forceout on the play during Tuesday afternoon's game. Pocola shortstop Desi Carter is at left. PDN photo by David Seeley

For the second straight home game, Poteau senior softball pitcher RaeLynn Caldwell flirted with perfection inside her home circle. On Aug. 20, Caldwell was perfect for 6.1 innings against Class 5A's top-ranked Tahlequah Lady Tigers before not only the perfect game but a victory slipped away.
Tuesday afternoon, the Poteau senior ace was in the same situation as she had a perfect game against the Pocola Lady Indians through 6.1 innings.
The bad news was Pocola's Brooklyn Morton broke up the perfect game, but the good news was the Lady Pirates hung on to win 2-0.

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