by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi
A six-run first-inning proved too much for Washington & Lee to overcome as Lancaster picked up its fifth straight win last Tuesday. The Lady Devils beat the Eagles, 9-4.
Northumberland stumped Lancaster for a second time this season last Thursday to end the LHS winning streak. But the Lady Devils remain in the top half of the district standings with a 5-4 record heading into the final week of regular season play. Lancaster will host Middlesex today, June 3, and Northumberland Tuesday, June 8.
Lancaster 9, Washington & Lee 4
After spotting the Eagles a run in the top of the first, the Lady Devils batted through the lineup in their first trip to the plate, scoring six runs on six hits, a walk and hit batter.
Lancaster tallied 13 hits in the game with the majority coming in a first-inning onslaught.
Blair Smith led off with a single followed by base hits from….
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