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Prep Softball: Bulldogs rally to beat Wildcats 7-4

Tribune Staff Report NEW LONDON -- The Paynesville Bulldogs plated three runs in the top of the seventh to beat New London-Spicer 7-4 on Thursday. Kayla Schaefer held the Wildcats scoreless in the bottom of the seventh. She finished with a six-hi...

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Paynesville shortstop Brooke Wuertz lays the tag on Aaste Bakke of New London-Spicer attempting to steal second in the first inning Thursday at New London. Tribune photo by Rand Middleton.

Tribune Staff Report

NEW LONDON -- The Paynesville Bulldogs plated three runs in the top of the seventh to beat New London-Spicer 7-4 on Thursday.

Kayla Schaefer held the Wildcats scoreless in the bottom of the seventh. She finished with a six-hitter with four walks and eight strikeouts.

Schaefer doubled and scored the go-ahead run in the seventh.

Sam Dahl and Allie Stanger each had a pair of hits for the Bulldogs.

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Aasta Bakke went 3-for-3 for the Wildcats with an RBI. Amanda Radel took the loss, allowing 10 hits with just one walk over seven innings.

Paynesville 7, NLS 4

Paynesville 100 201 3 -- 7 10 1

NLS 002 020 0 -- 4 6 3

HITTING - Paynesville: Sam Dahl 2-for-4, 3b; Kayla Schaefer 1-for-4, Brooke Wuertz 1-for-4, 2 runs; Bri Stang 1-for-4, Kayla Reiman 1-for-3, 2 runs; Allie Stanger 2-for-4, Megan Schaefer 1-for-4, Trista Thompson 1-for-4... New London-Spicer: Amanda Radel 1-for-3, Aasta Bakke 3-for-3, rbi; Marissa Friedrich 1-for-3, Shannon Salisbury 1-for-3

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) -- Paynesville: Kayla Schaefer 7-6-4-4-4-8 ... New London-Spicer: Amanda Radel 7-10-7-3-1-3

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