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OGDEN — Da Bears had lost three of four — all non-league games — coming into Wednesday’s Region 11 road game versus one-win Ben Lomond.
PLEASANT VIEW — What else would you expect with the league’s two best pitchers going head-to-head?
SYRACUSE — In their quest for the school’s first softball title, the Darts hit a speed bump.
WOODS CROSS — They did not have an extra-base hit and were hitless until the fourth inning.
GARLAND — Da Bears had not lost back-to-back games this season. They were not about to start Wednesday.
PLEASANT VIEW — It would have been unfathomable for Weber’s senior right-hander McKenna Bull to fire a four-hitter with 15 strikeouts and be the losing pitcher versus the rival Silver Wolves.
BRIGHAM CITY — The game did not alter their respective league standings.
KAYSVILLE — She was bummed over not getting a shutout, but ecstatic with zero walks and no hit batters.
OGDEN — The Tigers won their second game in two days Wednesday — a 9-2 Region 11 victory over cross-town rival Ben Lomond — at Ogden High for a season sweep of the Scots.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — It was not a one-run game the second go-round.
PLEASANT VIEW — They do not have a senior on their team and their starting pitcher, Kelly Smedley, was playing catcher last year.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — At least the weather was nice in Washington Terrace.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — After losing their two previous extra-inning games, the Lakers did not want to travel that road again.
PLAIN CITY — A Silver Wolves rally sent Fremont’s fans home happy, and left the Royals shaking their heads.
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