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Tribune photo by Tom Larson KMS pitcher Erin Haglund, right, fields a bunt and flips the ball to Saints' catcher Brielle Hauge in an attempt to tag out Cherry runner Angel Dahl at the plate. But Dahl was able to beat the throw and tag and gave Cherry a first-inning lead on Thursday in the Class A quarterfinals at Caswell Park in North Mankato. Cherry won 3-2.

Prep Softball: KMS state run halted

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NORTH MANKATO -- All season, the KMS Saints softball team had been the masters of the sport's big three elements: lights-out pitching, power hitting and air-tight defense.


On Thursday afternoon, the Saints had trouble with two of the three and it cost them a shot at the Class A state championship.

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Tom Larson

Tom Larson is the sports editor of the West Central Tribune.

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