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Doug's, Woody's Currier's Record Women's Softball Wins

Updated: Aug 9, 2019

Top seeded Doug's Tavern shaded Currier's 8-7 and third seeded Woody's held off second seeded Howie's 13-11 in Tuesday's Ogdensburg Women's Softball Playoff action.

The Playoffs continue on Thursday and then climax on Sunday with a full day of action at Peg LaVigne Field.

Games will be played at LaVigne Field at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. if needed to decide the double elimination event.

Doug's 8 - Currier's 7: Sky Sharpe, Sienna Kennedy, Allison Paige and Chelsea Hargrave all singled in the seventh inning as Doug's rallied for three-runs and a come-from-behind win. Hargrave singled twice in the contest along with Hanna Bowden and Yvonne Gibbs. Heather Johnson belted a homerun and Sarah White doubled.

Mel Campbell rapped a homerun and three singles for Currier's, Kirt Matthews lined two singles and a double and Ashley Currier singled twice.

Woody's 13 - Howie's 11: Woody's scored five runs in the first inning and four in the fourth and needed to repel a Howie's rally in the seventh to prevail. Howie's scored three times in the seventh and loaded the bases before being retired.

Sue Morrow singled and homered for Woody's and Brittany Kenyon drilled two doubles and a single. Austie Claxton singled three times and KrIstie DeDekker and Emily Mitchell singled twice. Howie's countered with Stacy Barr (2 singles), Natalie Barr (double, 3 singles), Marsha Cole (triple, 2 singles), Chelsea Cole (2 singles), Nikki Sharpe (double) and Kate McCarney (double, single).

PLAYOFF SCHEDULE

Thursday: Bowl vs Currier's (BP1), Place vs Howie's (BP 2).

Sunday at LaVigne Field: 10 a.m. Doug's vs Woody's games continue at noon, 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. (if needed).

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