PHILADELPHIA — It never got easy.Kayla Pagano just had a way of making it look that way. The Shawnee pitcher turned in her best performance in three Carpenter Cup softball outings Wednesday when she held Delaware South to one unearned run and one hit over four innings. But she ended up with a no-decision after Burlington County was eliminated 7-3 in its third game at FDR Park.Burlington went 1-2 in the double-elimination tournament. Pagano was the starting pitcher in all three games.
PHILADELPHIA — The idea is to try something new.For Asha Bezwada of Moorestown and Olivia Wang of Lenape, that involved taking a turn at second base on opening day at the 13th annual Carpenter Cup Softball Tournament at FDR Park. Bezwada, the shortstop for Moorestown, saw time at first base, second base and third for the Burlington County squad.
MANSFIELD — It's been almost a month since Kirsten Cline's last high school softball game.Lenape's junior first baseman/catcher has kept busy, though. "I played tournaments with my travel team, the Chill 18U Gold, last week and the weekend before that," Cline said. "We played down in Maryland and over in Pennsylvania, so I have picked up a bat. I've been playing, so I'm not out of shape. But it's unfortunate Lenape was out of the playoffs.
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