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Playoffs!? Playoffs!? Actually, yeah — let’s talk about playoffs

It’s that time of year again. And, no, I’m not talking about the time of year when the leaves start changing colors and the days start getting shorter. I’m talking about the time of year when sports pundits start breaking out references to former NFL Head Coach Jim Mora’s famous “Playoffs!?

Indians wrangle Woodbridge, Wescott to keep playoff hopes alive

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior defensive end DeAndre 'D.D.' Cooper and senior defensive tackle Spencer Sturla take down Woodbridge All-State QB Logan Wescott in the backfield last Friday night. The Indians' defense posted a shutout in the second half.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior defensive end DeAndre 'D.D.' Cooper and senior defensive tackle Spencer Sturla take down Woodbridge All-State QB Logan Wescott in the backfield last Friday night. The Indians' defense posted a shutout in the second half.Less than two minutes into last Friday night’s Henlopen South showdown, Indian River High School’s football stadium saw Woodbridge senior quarterback Logan Wescott live up to the All-State hype surrounding him when he capped off the opening drive with a 15-yard touchdown pass after moving the chains on the ground with ease.

The Indians’ defense woke up on the next drive, however, with senior defensive end DeAndre “D.D.” Cooper and sophomore linebacker Zion Howard each taking down the Blue Raiders’ dual-threat QB on scramble attempts in the backfield.

Sophomore linebackers Gianni Gottschalk and Zane Richard, and senior defensive tackle Spencer Sturla would also wrap him up behind the line on the next drive, but Wescott would manage a rushing TD before halftime, to give Woodbridge a 13-0 lead.

“It was more us than it was Woodbridge,” said IRHS head coach Ray Steele of the first half. “We made a lot of mental mistakes. We kept a drive alive for them twice.”

‘South in sight’: Indians look to secure South title after 5-0 win vs. Lake

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Senior forward Luis Cruz looks to set up a score during the Indians’ 7-0 win against Lake Forest last Thursday night.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Senior forward Luis Cruz looks to set up a score during the Indians’ 7-0 win against Lake Forest last Thursday night.Sporting an 8-3 record and in the midst of one of their best seasons in years, the Lake Forest soccer team headed into last Thursday’s matchup at Indian River with hopes of a potential division title.

Those hopes soon dwindled, however, as the Indians came out firing with back-to-back goals from senior midfielder and captain Danny Garza within the first 10 minutes.

“Gardo had a nice lead, and [I] just placed it in the top corner,” said Garza of the goal that put his team up 2-0 early, on an assist from freshman Edgardo Velasquez.

Sophomore Arturo Salas would increase the lead to 3-0 after being set up by senior forward Luis Cruz before the half, while Mac Smith had been knocking on the door with near chances and a shot that hit the pipe that could have set the score even further out of reach.

Shorthanded Lady Indians manage comeback at Seaford in five

Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Sophomore Sammi Mumford, senior Phoebe Walls, and junior Eliza Bombhardt wait for the serve during the Lady Indians’ comeback victory at Seaford last Tuesday.Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Sophomore Sammi Mumford, senior Phoebe Walls, and junior Eliza Bombhardt wait for the serve during the Lady Indians’ comeback victory at Seaford last Tuesday.Headed into Tuesday night’s division matchup at Seaford, the Lady Indians were working with a shallow bench.

“We were a little shorthanded, because we had three girls out sick,” explained head coach Jay Clark.

With only one varsity player on the bench to start the game, Clark had no choice but to use his whole varsity rotation when senior outside hitter and team captain Lili Cooney went down with what appeared to be a knee injury.

“When Lili went out, we had all of our varsity in there,” said Clark. “We are fortunate it doesn’t look like Lili Cooney’s injury is serious.”

Despite the limited rotation, the Lady Indians battled tough in what would turn out to be a five-set match that eventually ended in their third win on the season.

“Tough, exciting match,” Clark said. “Our girls hung in there and found a way to win. That’s something we’ve not done well enough this year and, fortunately, tonight we did.”

Nov. 2 Trail Run to support First State Work Camp

Coastal Point • File Photo : Runners get started during the 2011 Mariner's Bethel Trail Run, held at the Assawoman Wildlife Area.Coastal Point • File Photo : Runners get started during the 2011 Mariner's Bethel Trail Run, held at the Assawoman Wildlife Area.Sussex County’s most scenic trail run is back and set for Sunday, Nov. 2, with the proceeds from this year’s run going toward the First State Work Camp — an organization that helps repair houses for residents in need.

“People have been notified and asked to apply for this kind of help,” said event coordinator Bill Lord. “The money from the run will go toward that.”

Lord said the funds will be used for purchasing materials and building supplies for around 100 homes throughout Sussex County, and that he expects the Camp Barnes-based trail run should see similar numbers of participants as last year.

“I would suspect that we would be up there where we were last year,” he stated. “We expect a pretty good crowd.”

The race will again be run by Sea Shore Striders and feature a run/walk 5K and more throughout the Assawoman Wildlife Refuge.

Ocean City and Quiet Storm to present Fall Skate Jam

Ocean Bowl Skate Park, located at 3rd Street and St. Louis Avenue, will host a Fall Skate Jam on Saturday, Oct. 18. The event will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. Participants can enjoy free contests with prizes, as well as live music by the local band Funk Shue. Concessions will be available for sale.

Maybe NCAA athletes should get paid, but Jameis Winston should stop being such an idiot

I was fully prepared to put something together on my buddy Phill’s top 10 favorite sports-related Halloween costumes for this week’s column. Then I heard Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston’s name on ESPN, which, obviously, could only mean one thing — he’s done something stupid again.

Indians ‘sock’ Central in clash of the Kilby’s

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Senior defenseman Sean Whelen squares up against Central's Anthony Arias during the Indians’ 3-1 win last Tuesday night.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Senior defenseman Sean Whelen squares up against Central's Anthony Arias during the Indians’ 3-1 win last Tuesday night.The Indian River High School soccer team may have looked relatively docile sporting pink socks for breast cancer awareness last Tuesday night, but two early goals from freshman midfielder Oscar Cruz buried the Golden Knights early on route to a 3-1 victory.

The district matchup had even further cause for rivalry, as Indian River head coach Steve Kilby faced off against his son Pat Kilby, the head coach for the Golden Knights.

Both first-half goals were created by senior captain Danny Garza, who set up the second goal after making his way through multiple Central defenders and notched two assists on the night.

“We started Danny out wide on the left, and it was very effective,” Kilby said of the game strategy.

State soccer championship sign unveiled at IRHS

Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : The Indian River High School soccer team unveiled their 2013 state championship sign last Thursday. The sign was build by Indian River juniors Donovan Eckman and Virgil Bullis and was funded by Jeff Hudson.Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : The Indian River High School soccer team unveiled their 2013 state championship sign last Thursday. The sign was build by Indian River juniors Donovan Eckman and Virgil Bullis and was funded by Jeff Hudson.The 2013 State Championship commemorative sign was unveiled at Indian River High School’s soccer stadium last Thursday, honoring last year’s history-making team.

The sign was funded entirely by Jeff Hudson, who wanted to honor the team’s achievement and knows just how major that accomplishment was.

“I knew it would mean a lot to them. State championships are few and far between, and it’s a big accomplishment,” explained Hudson. “Years and years ago, I won a state championship at Sussex Central, and it’s nice to see every time I go back, my name’s on the wall still.”

The sign displays the names of last year’s first-ever state championship soccer team at Indian River High School and was built by Indian River juniors Donovan Eckman and Virgil Bullis, who have also helped build several trophy cases at the school.

Lady Indians prepare for South stretch after losses vs. Dover, Cape

Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Sophomore Samantha Mumford goes up for the block against Cape last Tuesday night.Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Sophomore Samantha Mumford goes up for the block against Cape last Tuesday night.The Indian River High School volleyball team continued their struggles against non-conference opponents this week, falling to Dover 3-0 on Thursday, Oct. 9, and to Cape Henlopen 3-0 on Tuesday, Oct. 14.

The Lady Indians were without senior captain and setter Taylor Bunting, who suffered a concussion the previous week.

“We’ve struggled with injuries this year,” said head coach Jay Clark after noting that the team also lost junior middle hitter Tiffany Rybicki to an ACL injury before the season began.

Down 8-1 in the first match, the Lady Indians rallied back within five after a shot by senior captain Lili Cooney made it 17-12. Indian River would then try to stay in the match after getting the point on a long rally, but ultimately Dover would take the match, 25-18.

A block by junior Eliza Bombhardt would give her squad a 3-2 start in the second match, as the two teams went back and forth, trading points. A Cooney ace made it 12-11 after the match was tied at 10 and saw another tie score at 16 before the Lady Senators pulled away en route to a 25-21 win.

They would go on to take the third match and lock in a victory.

River Soccer Club seeks volunteers to help with new field

Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : The new field at the River Soccer Club uses Bermuda Grass, which is said to be ideal for soccer. Club officials hope to switch more fields over to the grass in the future.Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : The new field at the River Soccer Club uses Bermuda Grass, which is said to be ideal for soccer. Club officials hope to switch more fields over to the grass in the future.Well-hidden among the cornfields and farmland along Gum Road in Roxana lies the nearly 45-acre, 10-field soccer complex that has become well-known as the River Soccer Club. However, the complex hasn’t always been capable of hosting 100-team tournaments, as it now does every Columbus Day weekend, and has come a long way since its humble beginnings.

“When we first started we were practicing at schools — any school that would let us go in there and practice,” recalled longtime board member Howard Gerken of the club’s early beginnings practicing at Selbyville Middle School and at John M. Clayton. “We put a field wherever we could find enough space to put a field.”

In the late 1990’s — a few years after the program got its start — the club began to grow.

“We had outgrown the facilities that we were using, so we were looking to find a permanent home,” said Gerken.

Indians welcome Woodbridge after 47-20 loss at Laurel

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior running back KiAnté Sturgis rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns in the Indians’ 47-20 loss to Laurel last Friday night.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior running back KiAnté Sturgis rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns in the Indians’ 47-20 loss to Laurel last Friday night.The Indian River High School football team was handed their second consecutive division loss last Friday night, after a second-half surge propelled Laurel (5-1, 2-0) to a 47-20 victory.

Despite the lopsided final score, the game went into halftime tied at 20, after junior running back KiAnté Sturgis ripped off a 42-yard touchdown run in the second quarter with the Indians down 20-13. Sturgis also managed a 30-yard touchdown scamper in the first quarter and finished the day with 19 carries for 107 yards to go along with his two scores. He’s now rushed for 412 yards and five touchdowns on the season, averaging 4.2 yards per carry.

The Indians’ first score of the game, however, came from sophomore RB/WR/DB George Martin, who punched in a three-yard touchdown — his first on the season.

The Bulldogs were led by senior running backs Chucky Auguste and Reggie Green, who rushed for 174 yards and 145 yards, respectively, as the Indians struggled to stop a rushing attack that accounted for 382 yards on the day.

Extra Points — October 17, 2014

Homecoming game set for Friday night

Don’t miss Indian River High School Homecoming this Friday night, when the Indians will face 3-3 Woodbridge in a Henlopen South matchup set for 7:30 p.m. at the Indian River High School football stadium.

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IR soccer back on track with shutouts vs. Laurel, Smyrna

Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Sophomore Seong Oh celebrates after a score against Laurel last Thursday.Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Sophomore Seong Oh celebrates after a score against Laurel last Thursday.After narrowly escaping Delmar with an unforeseen draw last week, the Indian River High School soccer team kicked it back into gear with an 8-0 division win against Laurel last Thursday and 7-0 romp of Smyrna on Monday, to improve to 5-4-1 on the season.

Over the past few games, the team has been without senior forward and captain Luis Cruz, but Cruz did see action against both Laurel and Smyrna.

The Indians posted their highest goal total since the first game of the season in their 8-0 win against Laurel last Thursday, Oct. 2, in a game that improved their division record to 3-0-1.

“We moved the ball well today. We tried to get one or two touch passing through the midfield. I take my hat off to Laurel. They show up every week,” said assistant coach Nick Slonin after the game.

Indians head to Laurel after lopsided loss to Lake

Coastal Point photos • R. Chris Clark : WR/S Shaquille Hall, above, breaks up a pass against Lake Forest in the Indians’ 41-10 loss last Friday night.Coastal Point photos • R. Chris Clark : WR/S Shaquille Hall, above, breaks up a pass against Lake Forest in the Indians’ 41-10 loss last Friday night.With the first half of the season in the books, the Indian River High School football team finds themselves in the same position as last year, at 2-3 on the season and with a division loss to Lake Forest.

Unlike last season, however, the Spartans are undefeated, and they handed the Indians a 41-10 loss last Friday night, Oct. 3.

“We knew what we were getting into. We knew they’d come to play,” said head coach Ray Steele. “We didn’t tackle. We didn’t execute. We didn’t play well. And we didn’t come to play.”

The tone of the game was set early, when they Indians started with an offensive three-and-out and Lake followed with a six-play 67-yard touchdown drive to take an early lead.

Following another IR three-and-out, the Spartans would put together a four-play scoring drive, to increase their lead to 15-0.

Lady Indians stomp Seaford, best Bucs in OT thriller

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Senior Sarah Buchler drives down the field against Seaford last Thursday. Buchler had a hat trick in the Lady Indians 5-0 victory and scored the game winning goal against Milford last Tuesday.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Senior Sarah Buchler drives down the field against Seaford last Thursday. Buchler had a hat trick in the Lady Indians 5-0 victory and scored the game winning goal against Milford last Tuesday.For the past year and a half, Indian River head field hockey coach Jodi Stone has been talking about progress for the program, which prior to this season had only managed four wins in the previous four years.

However, after a 5-0 rout of Seaford last Thursday and a 2-1 overtime win against previously 5-3 Milford on Tuesday, Oct. 7, the Lady Indians find themselves already having tallied four wins on the season.

“It’s been a building process, and finally you see light at the end of the tunnel,” said Stone. “All of the hard work that these girls have endured is finally starting to pay off, and they’re starting to get their dividends.”

After the division wins, and a 1-0 loss at Worcester Prep last Friday, the Lady Indians were 4-6-1 on the season.

IR girls’ soccer receives most-ever All-state selections

Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Six Lady Indians were awarded All State honors for soccer for their performance last season, the team's highest total ever. Back row, from left to right: junior Ailene Guzman, senior Sarah Buchler, and graduate Alex Myers. Front row, from left to right: Junior Brooke Beam and sophomore Madison Hogsten. Not pictured: graduate Bri Belfiore.Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : Six Lady Indians were awarded All State honors for soccer for their performance last season, the team's highest total ever. Back row, from left to right: junior Ailene Guzman, senior Sarah Buchler, and graduate Alex Myers. Front row, from left to right: Junior Brooke Beam and sophomore Madison Hogsten. Not pictured: graduate Bri Belfiore.Following a season in which they collectively outscored their opponents 86-12 and won a Henlopen Conference title, it’s no surprise that last year’s Indian River High School girls’ soccer team produced six All-State selections — the most ever for the program.

“By far, this is the most we’ve ever had recognized at the All-State level,” said longtime head coach Steve Kilby of the achievement. “I think it has to do with the program. A lot of them have come up through the River Soccer Club and branched out to other clubs. Any team that has club players is going to be successful, and we’re fortunate to have those girls.”

Out of the six players honored, only two of them were seniors last season — midfielder Bri Belfiore, who notched the tying goal in the conference championship against Sussex Tech, and goalkeeper Alex Myers, who posted 12 shutouts during the regular season.

“I already miss it,” said Myers regarding a memorable 2014 season. “Their season hasn’t even started yet. I’m looking forward to seeing what they do.”

River Soccer Columbus Day Classic returns

The annual River Soccer Columbus Day Classic tournament returns to Roxana this weekend, as the club hopes for better weather than last year’s nearly rained-out event.

Extra Points — October 10, 2014

Cannon posts shutout against Shenandoah

Sam Cannon has worked his way back into the starting lineup for the Lynchburg College soccer team after an injury earlier this season. The former Indians keeper tallied five saves in a shutout against Shenandoah on Oct. 4. The Hornets were 6-4 on the season and 3-1 in the ODAC at Coastal Point press time on Wednesday.

IR cheer ‘brings it on’ under new coach

Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : The Indian River High School cheerleading squad shows off their skills during last Friday night's game against Lake Forest.Coastal Point • R. Chris Clark : The Indian River High School cheerleading squad shows off their skills during last Friday night's game against Lake Forest.An experienced Indian River High School cheerleading squad has been “bringing it on” all football season, behind the direction of first-year head coach Kaitlyn D’Onofrio.

“I think they’re doing really good. They’re trying a lot of new stunts, and we’re even doing some collegiate things,” said D’Onofrio of her squad. “We’ve been doing a lot harder stunts — more sequences where they’re doing more tricks than the stunts before they come down.”

D’Onofrio might be in her first year with Indian River, but she brings an extensive amount of cheerleading experience, having coached Pop Warner in previous years and cheering herself since she was 6.

With all of her experience, she said she appreciates her advanced squad.

“I don’t have any new girls. They all have cheerleading experience. But they’re all willing to learn new things, which is awesome. So it’s easy to teach them and train them,” she explained. “These girls are more advanced. I can just throw things out, and they can do it for me.”

In fact, the girls have performed so well this season that the squad is even considering entering some competitions.

Zumbathon set for Oct. 18 at Freeman Fitness Center in Sea Colony

Coastal Point • Submitted : Zumbathon participants get their bodies moving at the Freeman Fitness Center at Sea Colony.Coastal Point • Submitted : Zumbathon participants get their bodies moving at the Freeman Fitness Center at Sea Colony.The third annual Zumbathon at the Freeman Fitness Center in Sea Colony will kick off at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, to help raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

The event has raised more than $1,000 for breast cancer research during each of its first two years, but participants don’t have to be Zumba experts to join the effort for the cause.

“You don’t even ever have to have done Zumba before,” said Sea Colony Activities & Fitness Manager Jen Neal. “It’s just to help support the cause and come have fun for two hours.”

During the two-hour dance party, participants are being encouraged to wear pink to show support for breast cancer awareness, and there will even be an award for best-dressed.

IR volleyball romps over Woodbridge, falls to CR

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell: Senior Marina Travalini is all smiles returning a shot against Woodbridge last Thursday in a 3-0 win that put the Lady Indians at 2-0 in the Henlopen South.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell: Senior Marina Travalini is all smiles returning a shot against Woodbridge last Thursday in a 3-0 win that put the Lady Indians at 2-0 in the Henlopen South.While the Indian River High School volleyball team has struggled against non-conference opponents this season, they’ve had no trouble against division rivals, as they proved with a 3-0 win against Woodbridge last Thursday, Sept. 25.

The win put the Lady Indians at 2-6 on the season, and 2-0 in the Henlopen South. They would slip to 2-7 on Tuesday, however, dropping three matches against Division I Caesar Rodney.

“We had some of our toughest matches pretty early,” said head coach Jay Clark. “I’m very hopeful with what I’ve seen. I think we’ve made a positive turn.”

“It has definitely improved. We just play better when our mindset is the same [and] we’re coordinating with each other,” senior outside hitter Phoebe Walls explained about the turnaround. “We realized that we all had the same goals for the team, and to accomplish those [goals] we had to work together.”

Indian River 3, Woodbridge 0

Consecutive aces from senior captain Lili Cooney put the Lady Indians up 16-6 in the first match against the Lady Blue Raiders, eventually ending 25-12.

Luis-less Indians shocked at Cape, Delmar

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior Edgar Perez tries to put the ball back in play as the Indians battle Cape Henlopen and the elements in a tough 2-1 loss last Thursday.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior Edgar Perez tries to put the ball back in play as the Indians battle Cape Henlopen and the elements in a tough 2-1 loss last Thursday.Now past the midway point of the regular season, the Indian River High School soccer team finds themselves in unfamiliar territory — below the .500 mark, at 3-4-1 as of Coastal Point press time on Wednesday, Oct. 1.

“We’re OK. We’ve got the rest of our schedule to play,” said an unconcerned Steve Kilby, the Indians’ long-tenured head coach. “We have [the] rest of our division schedule in front of us and we need to take care of that business. We’re in position to win the division still and get that automatic bid to the tournament.”

While a front-loaded schedule resulted in a few early losses to powerhouses including Sallies and Caesar Rodney, the Indians haven’t had senior forward, captain and All-State selection Luis Cruz for the past three games, due to a nagging hamstring injury.

“Not having Luis on the field is a big problem right now. Everybody looks to him to do a lot for us so, hopefully, he’s gonna get over this injury,” said Kilby. “When we play an organized team like [Cape], you lose his dynamic ability. He can break anybody down. That lets them focus on Danny [Garza], who has the same abilities. You have to pick your poison when they’re both out there.”

Shorebirds release 20th anniversary logo

The Delmarva Shorebirds released their 20th anniversary logo last week, to commemorate two decades of baseball and 19 years as a Class-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles.

“We are extremely proud of the tradition and history created by the fans and franchise over the past 20 years,” said Shorebirds General Manager Chris Bitters. “We received tremendous support from not only Wicomico County, but the surrounding Delmarva Peninsula, and are excited to share this milestone with them.”

The logo features the usual black-and-orange Shorebirds colors and “1996-2015” to go along with a design inspired by the original 1996 logo.

‘Forgot about ’Dre’: Cooper, d-line shine in 25-14 win at Milford

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior defensive end DeAndre Cooper puts some pressure on Milford quarterback Richard Armstrong last Friday night on his way to a sack in the Indians' 25-14 win.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior defensive end DeAndre Cooper puts some pressure on Milford quarterback Richard Armstrong last Friday night on his way to a sack in the Indians' 25-14 win.Heading into last Friday’s division matchup at Milford, Indian River High School junior DE/TE DeAndre Cooper wasn’t sure if he would be suiting up with his teammates, after a shoulder injury sidelined him at Smyrna.

However, by the time game-day arrived, Cooper was not only cleared to play but ready to put together his best performance of the season to date — notching 1.5 sacks and absolutely terrorizing Milford senior QB Richard Armstrong on passing downs.

“Difference-maker,” said head coach Ray Steele. “He defensively shut down one side all night long.”

Despite only giving up 158 yards of total offense, Milford lead early after a first-quarter pass interference call resulted in an eventual 12-yard touchdown run that put the Bucs up 6-3.

After the deficit, the Indians continued to stick to the ground game and their “NASCAR” formation, regaining the lead with a 4-yard touchdown run by junior running back KiAnté Sturgis.

Scrappy Lady Indians hang with Woodbridge, Dover

Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior Emma-Lee Merrick sneaks one past the Dover keeper after a hit from senior Sarah Buchler, to put the Lady Indians up 1-0 last Tuesday.Coastal Point • Tripp Colonell : Junior Emma-Lee Merrick sneaks one past the Dover keeper after a hit from senior Sarah Buchler, to put the Lady Indians up 1-0 last Tuesday.Fresh off a defensive stalemate at Caesar Rodney, the Indian River High School field hockey team was faced with taking on Woodbridge for their new high school unveiling and hosting Division I Dover this week.

While the Lady Indians failed to find the win column in those matchups, they did put up a fight in both, falling to Woodbridge 4-1 last Saturday and 3-1 against Dover on Tuesday.

“We’re on the move. We’re making modifications here and there so we can become more competitive,” said head coach Jodi Stone. “These are the steps we need to take in order to get where we need to go.”

Woodbridge 4, Indian River 1

Three first-half goals were the difference in this matchup, two of which came from Woodbridge senior Hailey Andrews — who also pitched for District 3 in this year’s Little League Softball World Series.

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