Legacy, Pomona and Horizon compete in Erie tourney

Jonathan Maness
Posted 9/6/12

ERIE - The Erie Festival of Champions brings out some top teams from all around the country and Horizon, Legacy and Pomona softball teams witnessed a …

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Legacy, Pomona and Horizon compete in Erie tourney

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ERIE - The Erie Festival of Champions brings out some top teams from all around the country and Horizon, Legacy and Pomona softball teams witnessed a few of them.

Legacy went 0-1-2 in the tournament, while Pomona went 1-4 and Horizon finished the tournament 3-2.

The Lightning battled to a tie game with in-state rival Chatfield (5-5) and Oklahoma’s Broken Arrow (4-4). They finished the tournament, losing to Grove (Okla.) 4-1.

Legacy’s Haley Smith went 5 for 9 in the tournament with four RBIs.

The Panthers lone win was against Pueblo South, 11-4. They fell to Grove (14-0), Broken Arrow (16-3), Rock Canyon (8-0) and Horizon (9-1).

Maryah Thrash went 6 for 14 in the tournament and had two runs and three RBIs.

Horizon topped Mountain View (6-0), Liberty (14-1) and Pomona (9-1), while falling to Arvada West (9-5) and Erie (10-5).

Taylor Smith earned all three wins for Horizon, while Lindsey Pritchard had seven RBIs for the Hawks.

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