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Slow pitch in full swing
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Smithville Review/Reed Vanderpool photo Destiny Ritchie makes contact with the ball during a recent game at the Bill Page Ball Park.

The slow pitch softball season continued last week at Bill Page Ball Field.


Play began on Tuesday with a Baby Doll game between teams Big Bounce and Johnson’s Chiropractic. Big Bounce took home the win that night with a 14-3 victory, an impressive 11-point lead. Later that day, the moms and dads got to lace their cleats up for the parent’s game, a friendly competition resulting in nine innings of fun. The Senior Doll game then took place, resulting in an atrocious blowout win for the Napa Auto Select team over DeKalb hospital 36-1.


Thursday’s games kicked off with a Baby Doll game between the Mayor’s Kids and Johnson’s Chiropractic. Johnson’s Chiropractic failed to redeem their Tuesday game, and faced another double digit loss 15-5. Afterwards the Junior Doll game took place, panning out to be a win for DeKalb Funeral Chapel over P & T Home Health 17-9. The Senior Doll game was rained out.