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  • SCHOLASTIC SOFTBALL: Richfield Springs, Fort Plain compete in DAV Tournament

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  • HERKIMER, N.Y.†ó The Richfield Springs Indians picked up a pair of wins Sunday and Fort Plainís Hilltoppers dropped two decisions at the rescheduled Disabled American Veterans Tournament at Mudville.
    Originally scheduled for Saturday as part of the 13th annual NYSSCOGS Softball Festival, the tournament drew nine varsity teams to the Route 28 complex.
    Fort Plain, the host school for the tournament, was beaten 9-3 by Deposit in its first game then scored eight second-inning runs in a game the Hilltoppes eventually lost 20-16 to Notre Dame of Utica. Haley Kilmartin and Kendra Trembley each drove in two runs in Fort Plainís big inning, Kilmartin with a double and Trembley with a single. Fort Plain had loaded the bases without scoring in the first inning.
    Deposit had beaten Notre Dame earlier in the day. Depositís Aubrin Smith was selected as the most valuable player within the three-team bracket.
    Richfield Springs shut out Madison 11-0 in one game and beat Lake Placid 7-5; Indian Kaity Richvalsky was the most valuable player for that bracket.
    Elmira-Notre Dame and most valuable player Alivia Clark won the third varsity bracket with Immaculata and Saranac. Deposit won the junior varsity bracket with Lake Placid and Waterville.
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