North wins 1A/2A/3A game; South triumphs in 4A/5A/6A contest - WHLT 22 Connecting the Pine Belt

North wins 1A/2A/3A game; South triumphs in 4A/5A/6A contest

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ELLISVILLE – The annual Mississippi Association of Coaches Fast Pitch All-Star softball games were held here Saturday at Jones County Junior College's Community Bank Park.

The North 1A/2A/3A team defeated the South, 9-7, in the opener. The South 4A/5A/6A squad then beat the North, 2-1. There were two more games between the teams scheduled, but heavy rains early in the second 1A/2A/3A contest forced those games to be canceled.

The North MVP for the 1A/2A/3A game was Allie Steadman of Eupora, who belted a home run. The South MVP for the 1A/2A/3A game was Emmalee Roberts of Enterprise-Clarke.

The South MVP for the 4A/5A/6A game was Harrison Central's Kaitlin Lee, the winning pitcher. The North 4A/5A/6A MVP was D.J. Sanders of New Hope.

Sanders was also the winner of Friday night's Home Run Derby.

The Morris Hunter Sportsmanship Award was presented to Bailey Boyd of Amory.

Blakely Riley of Enterprise-Clarke sold the most ads for the program for the 1A/2A/3A teams. Kaytee Nelson of Northeast Lauderdale sold the most ads for the program for the 4A/5A/6A teams.

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