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By Kevin Eickman

The District I Little League Big League softball team has gotten off to a fast start up in Worcester Massachusetts. Behind pitching and defense that has yielded just three runs over the first three games, the team from Delaware has sprinted out to a 3-0 record. As a result of their fast start, the team which contains a great many players from in and around Milford has qualified for elimination play. Following Monday’s 12-1 victory over the Massachusetts State Champions, District I has all but locked up the top seed headed into Wednesdays championship round.

While the results of District I have been outstanding, a small cloud was cast before the tournament even began. Both teams from Pennsylvania were declared ineligible for the tournament, forcing what was planned to be a two pool tournament into a single pool. With District I remaining as the only undefeated team and holding a superior run differential, they are all but assured to be the number one seed entering Wednesday’s Championship round.

During their first appearance in the 2015 East Regional tournament Delaware District I defeated New York 4-1. Shaina Reed pitched 8 innings with 6 strike outs and had a solo homerun in the 6th inning to start things off for Delaware District I; tying up the game 1-1. Walden Little League from NY scored early, on a hit that later scored the first run of the game. In the 8th inning Kailey Perry led off with a California bunt, stole to third and scored on a base hit from Whitney DeMora. Megan Fry’s hit to the right center warning track scored DeMora. Cassetty Howerin’s double to the center field warning track, after she was intentionally walked her first 3 at bats, scored after Kasey Fry doubled going 3-4 for the game.

 

East Regional Champs 2015

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In their second appearance in the 2015 East Regional tournament, Delaware District I defeated New Jersey 21-1. Haylee Scruggs led Delaware District I with a one hitter to a with 3 strike outs. She also had a three-run home run scoring 2 more runs with 4 RBIs. In the 2nd inning Whitney DeMora hit a grand slam plus scored another run for Delaware District I. Kerrigan Simpson went 3-3 with 2 runs. Kailey Perry, Darby Brennan, Shaina Reed, Cassetty Howerin, Katelyn Byler, Harley Rickards, Faith Garey, Megan and Kasey Fry all scored for Delaware District I.

On Monday, July 27, Shaina Reed had eight strike outs, leading Delaware District 1 to a 12-1 victory over the Massachusetts State Champions. Kerrigan Simpson went 3-4 with 4 RBI and had a solo home run in the fourth inning. Simpson also smacked a three run shot in the seventh, scoring Shaina Reed and Kasey Fry. Also getting into the act was Megan Fry, who also had a three run home run in the seventh inning. Delaware District I will play New Jersey 11 on Tuesday at 9am. Semi finals are on Wednesday with team 1 vs 4 at 9am and team 2 vs 3 at 11:30am. Championship game will be held at 2pm.

Editors Note: Cassie Scruggs contributed to this story.

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