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Northfield softball beats Southern Cape
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Northfield softball beats Southern Cape

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The Northfield 12-and-under Little League softball team beat Southern Cape 14-4 on Saturday.

Caitlin Egan, who was the winning pitcher, went 4 for 4 with two doubles. Kaia Bergman went 4 for 4.

For Southern Cape, Madison Pospisil hit a double and drove in a run.

From Friday

Middle Township defeated Hammonton 4-3 on Allie Brady’s walk-off, two-run single.

She also scored two runs and stole three bases.

Grace Hall was the winning pitcher. She allowed one earned run and struck out seven in a complete game.

Hammonton’s Mary Mae Lambront pitched a complete game and struck out 10.

— Press staff reports

— Press staff reports

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