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Lower Columbia Claims Ninth Softball Championship

Delta Park East, Portland, Ore. - The Lower Columbia Red Devils took care of business today to claim their 2nd straight NWAACC Softball title. Both clubs played some amazing softball and the game wasn't decided until Jessie Hanna scored on a Courtney Matthews RBI in the bottom of the seventh to break a three inning 2-2 dead lock for a 3-2 victory over the Clackamas Cougars. For the Cougars, the game marked their third of the day to get to the championship game. Earlier they defeated fourth-ranked Wenatchee Valley 4-0 and top-ranked Mt. Hood 5-1. Clackamas opened the scoring manufacturing two runs in the second inning, but the Devils answered in the 4th inning off a 2-run blast by Hayley Ridout to tie the game at 2-2. Red Devils outfielders Courtney Matthews and Tiffany Coates sparked the Lower Columbia defense saving possible Cougar home runs with spectacular catches in the 5th and 7th innings. The championship marks the second consecutive time the two squads faced off for the title. Going into the contest, both clubs held eight NWAACC titles apiece. Lower Columbia, with it's ninth title, has won 8 of the last nine championships.
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WP - O'Neil, LP - Santos HR: Hayley Ridout (LCC) 4th
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