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Spiro girls split first two games in Class 3A Regional Tournament

September 30, 2011

Spiro base-runner Kaylee Cox, left, slides into third base on a passed ball as Poteau third baseman Gabba Wilson is late with a tag during Tuesday afternoon's game in Poteau. Watching the play are Poteau relief pitcher Brenna Vise, center, first baseman RaeLynn Caldwell, back left, and Spiro Assistant Coach Marty Darneal. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

TAHLEQUAH — The Spiro Lady Bulldogs softball team was going to have to do things the hard way Thursday afternoon if they were going to be playing in next week's Class 3A State Tournament.
In the Class 3A Regional Tournament Wednesday afternoon, the Lady Bulldogs suffered a heart-breaking, nine-inning, 3-2 loss to the Beggs Lady Golden Demons in their first game of the tournament. However, they bounced back with just as thrilling a game, edging the Adair Lady Warriors in eight innings.
Spiro (19-9) once more faced Beggs, which lost 2-1 to host Sequoyah-Tahlequah, at noon Thursday, with the winner then having to defeat the Lady Indians twice to win the regional title — and advance to next week's state tournament.

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