Region 5 hangs to stop Region 4, 5-3 in the Powerade State Games of North Carolina Softball battle:Now with Game Report

Posted by Press Release on June 22, 2016 at 7:13 pm under Amateur, High School | Read the First Comment

Region 5 hang on against Region 4, 5-3

        1	2	3	4	5	6	7	R	H	E
RGN 5	0	0	0	0	3	0	2	5	7	0
RGN 4	0	0	0	0	0	2	1	3	6	5

Powerade State Games of North Carolina softball action at the Middle Creek HS Complex and at N.C. State University, in Raleigh….

*****This was the Bronze Medal game, where Region 5 has taken home a medal in each of the Powerade State Games in High School Softball since play started. Congratulations to a number of local athletes Kamryn Graves(Page High School), would be MVP if we had one, was amazing in the field, running the bases (4 stolen), and hitting .500 including 2 homeruns. Raegan Thompson (High Point Christian) was a true utility player all over the field, and also hit a home run. Morgan Lawson (Eastern Alamance) had the highest batting average of .571. Carson Shanner (Northwood), Hannah Stiltner (Eastern Alamance), Kenzie Vance (Walter Williams), Meredith Smith (Reidsville), just to name a few, I could list the entire roster, were instrumental in taking home the Bronze. It was truly a privilege to coach such great athletes and team players. Assistant Coaches Chris Smith (Reidsville), John Scaramuzzo (Northern) and Jon Russell(Southern Alamance) were exceptional in making it a region effort.*****


  • Russ Dorrell said,

    This was the Bronze Medal game, where Region 5 has taken home a medal in each of the Powerade State Games in High School Softball since play started. Congratulations to a number of local athletes Kamryn Graves(Page High School), would be MVP if we had one, was amazing in the field, running the bases (4 stolen), and hitting .500 including 2 homeruns. Raegan Thompson (High Point Christian) was a true utility player all over the field, and also hit a home run. Morgan Lawson (Eastern Alamance) had the highest batting average of .571. Carson Shanner (Northwood), Hannah Stiltner (Eastern Alamance), Kenzie Vance (Walter Williams), Meredith Smith (Reidsville), just to name a few, I could list the entire roster, were instrumental in taking home the Bronze. It was truly a privilege to coach such great athletes and team players. Assistant Coaches Chris Smith (Reidsville), John Scaramuzzo (Northern) and Jon Russell(Southern Alamance) were exceptional in making it a region effort.