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HEADLINE: Triton Beats South Johnston, 4-3 SUBHEAD: Advance to Saturday's second round. Triton hosted South Johnston in softball last night, with the winner moving on to play either Cleveland or Union Pines. The Hawks won 4-3 after taking an early, three-run lead. South battled back to within a run in the second, when Trojan sophomore infielder Savannah Lockamy scored on a headlong slide into home on Katie Mitchell's two-on, two-out, RBI single, shown here.
Daily Record Photo/Shaun Savarese – Triton hosted South Johnston in softball last night, with the winner moving on to play either Cleveland or Union Pines. The Hawks won 4-3 after taking an early, three-run lead. South battled back to within a run in the second, when Trojan sophomore infielder Savannah Lockamy scored on a headlong slide into home on Katie Mitchell’s two-on, two-out, RBI single, shown here.

 

 

No. 24 South Johnston defeated the No. 9 Clayton Comets last night, 2-0, in Clayton, on senior-pitcher Grant Millay's two-run home run. The Trojans now move on to play the winner of West Cateret and Swansboro on Saturday.
Daily Record Photo/Linda Hamilton – No. 24 South Johnston defeated the No. 9 Clayton Comets last night, 2-0, in Clayton, on senior-pitcher Grant Millay’s two-run home run. The Trojans now move on to play the winner of West Cateret and Swansboro on Saturday.

 

 

HEADLINE: Central Softball Advances To Second Round SUBHEAD: Defeated East Wake, 4-3, yesterday. After winning the Tri-County 3A conference title, the No. 10 Trojans of Harnett Central (15-8) beat the No. 23 East Wake Warriors (9-8-0) last night, 4-3, at home. They move on to face either No. 7 Southern Nash or No. 26 Hunt on Saturday. Shown here, the two teams stand for the National Anthem before the 6:30 p.m. first pitch.
Daily Record Photo/Carol Moniz – After winning the Tri-County 3A conference title, the No. 10 Trojans of Harnett Central (15-8) beat the No. 23 East Wake Warriors (9-8-0) last night, 4-3, at home. They move on to face either No. 7 Southern Nash or No. 26 Hunt on Saturday. Shown here, the two teams stand for the National Anthem before the 6:30 p.m. first pitch.

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