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Woodland routs Cass to lock up 3-seed

Peyton Dorn had two hits and drove in four runs Tuesday in Woodland's senior night win over Cass.

Woodland softball locked up the No. 3-seed from Region 7-5A Tuesday night by overpowering visiting Cass, 14-1, in just four innings.

The Lady Cats scored eight times in the bottom of the first inning to take control early. After a scoreless second inning, Cass scored its lone run in the top of the third. Woodland answered with six more runs in the bottom of the third for a 14-1 lead. After Cass was held scoreless in the four, the game ended by run rule.

Woodland banged out 13 hits and took advantage of four Cass defensive miscues.

Haley Collum earned the pitching win for the Lady Cats allowing just one earned run on three hits and a pair of walks. She struck out four.

Emma Gibson (0.1 IP, 6R, 4ER, 5H) started in the circle for Cass and suffered the pitching loss. Alexis Woods (2.2 IP, 8R, 0ER, 8H, 1BB) pitched in relief.

Peyton Dorn (four RBIs), Mackenzie Araya (RBI), Collum (four RBIs), and Bailey Sakacsi (RBI) had two hits each for Woodland. Jordan Hammonds tripled. Alana Carnes (double, RBI), Kamryn Smith (double), Elizabeth Hartsfield (RBI), and Cambrie Carrington added one hit apiece.

Ansley Hight, Bailey York, and Woods had the three Cass hits. Darianna Sosa drove in the Colonels’ only run with a sacrifice fly.

Cass (9-19, 6-9) still qualifies for the Class 5A state playoffs as the region’s No. 4-seed. The Lady Colonels will play in the four-team Super Regional Bracket hosted by the Region 8-5A No. 1-seed Loganville. The double-elimination state regional begins next Tuesday.

Woodland (15-15, 8-7) will head to the four-team Super Regional Bracket hosted by Region 5-5A champion Villa Rica. That double-elimination regional also begins next Tuesday.


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