Six Nations Lassie Girls #2 comeback falls a tad short vs. Hagersville

Running down the first base line and being called safe in what was a near dramatic comeback for the Six Nations Lassie #2 squad against Hagersville. ( Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter Minor league ball is all about the enthusiastic laughter and excited chatter which was evident throughout and following the Six Nations Lassie Girls 2 game against Hagersville. Though Six Nations, who scored five runs in their final at bat, fell by a 12-10 score, there was still plenty of smiling faces and enthusiastic talk among the players who were busy recapping various plays in the game. “They’re learning lots and having fun,” Six Nations Lassie Girls 2 coach Krissy Van Every said. “We have quite a few first year players and this is a great group of girls.” Six Nations, who were getting a strong performance from pitcher Leanna Anderson found themselves trailing 9-0 when in the third they kicked the offence into high gear…

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