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Indians Wrap Up Season With Wins

Indians Wrap Up Season With Wins Indians Wrap Up Season With Wins

The Vidalia High School Indians softball team closed out their regular season last week with two wins. They first picked up a win over their rival Toombs County in Lyons by the run rule, and ended with a win over Effingham County on the road on Wednesday.


It was a big first inning for VHS that got them going against the Bulldogs. Ashtyn Braddy was hit by a pitch, and Emma Humphrey walked to put two runners on base for the Indians in the top of the first inning. Bailey Holland bunted and an error brought in a run. Tori Wright followed that with a home run out center for a 4-0 lead.

Tymber Harris hit a double down the left field line with Logan Menard coming in to run for the pitcher Harris. Madison Starr came up next and hit a home run to put VHS up 6-0. Riley Robinson hit a double and Braddy got a hit to score Robinson as VHS was up 7-0. In the top of the second inning Holland led off with a hit. Wright singled and Alli Taufmann ripped it down the right field line for a double that scored two runs to put VHS up 9-0. Taufmann took third base on an error on Toombs and scored on a hit by Harris. In the third inning Holland doubled and took third on a passed ball, but the Indians couldn't hit her in, but were still in front 10-0. Toombs got a triple to lead off the bottom of the third inning and a wild pitch gave them their first and only run of the game. VHS added three more runs in the top of the fifth inning on their way to a 13-1 win in five innings over the Bulldogs. In those five innings freshman pitcher Harris recorded all but one of those outs with a strikeout. She had 14 strikeouts in the game with the only other out, the second in the bottom of the fifth inning, being a groundout back to her in the circle.

VHS vs. Effingham

Vidalia ran away with the win over Effingham on Wednesday of last week. They rolled to an 8-2 victory to wrap up the regular season. They finished with a record of 25-4 and were 14-1 in the Region. They will head into the State Playoffs as a #1 seed and will kick those off next week.

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