North Valley sophomore Traylyn Arana connects for a triple during a 14-1 nonleague win over Douglas on Tuesday in Merlin. Arana scored on the same play after an error by the third baseman.
By Will Rubin of the Daily Courier
MERLIN — North Valley's softball players forgot the rules of the road during a nonleague game on Tuesday.
The Knights ran through a number of stop signs thrown up by coach Charlie Chase at third base, but they still worked to a 14-1 rout over Douglas in five innings.
It was about the only thing Chase and the North Valley coaches could harp on after such a thorough victory. Even then, the Knights scored most of their runs thanks to their aggression on the base paths. Read More »
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