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Updated: 03/06/2014 08:00:06AM

Freshmen efforts not enough in 21-14 loss

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Freshman Lauren Rotering gets congratulations from teammates Courtney Bonville (5) and Amber Reid after her fifth-inning grand slam tied the game with Sebring. It wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs were outslugged 21-14.

by Steve Knapp

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The DeSoto County Lady Dawgs scored 14 runs and hammered out 15 hits. They only failed to score in one inning. They outscored Sebring in three of the seven innings and hit two home runs.

The first “big fly” was by team home run leader “Downtown” Debbie Brown in the third. Brown went perfect at the plate for the third time in this young season. The second “long ball” was with the bases loaded and came off the bat of freshman Lauren Rotering. Rotering’s blast was her first “granny” in her softball career and tied the game up at 11 in the fifth inning.

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