Softball comes to an early end

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Softball comes to an early end

Lady Bengals enjoy the sun with Coach Kristin Delp after a home game.

Lady Bengals enjoy the sun with Coach Kristin Delp after a home game.

Courtesy of Kristin Delp.

Lady Bengals enjoy the sun with Coach Kristin Delp after a home game.

Courtesy of Kristin Delp.

Courtesy of Kristin Delp.

Lady Bengals enjoy the sun with Coach Kristin Delp after a home game.

Aaliyah Vaughns, Sports Assistant

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After senior night on May 2, the lady Bengals finished up the softball season and seeded second in the league.

That day, the team played against Post Falls in a double-header, winning the first game 5-2. Their second game was a close one and a must-see, ending with Lewiston 9-8. A close game that everyone should have seen.

The Bengals fought hard to stay ahead at their next game, May 8 against Lake City and Coeur d’Alene high schools in Coeur d’Alene. The Bengals won Coeur d’Alene 1-0, and lost against Lake City 1-12.

Players from Post Falls High School came to Airport Park in Lewiston May 10.  

After the last game of the season, Coach Kristin Delp stated, “[I’m] very proud of my team and the girls that were in it until the end. I will never coach that same team again. I wish it went farther because they deserved it.”

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Softball comes to an early end