Softball: Canterbury takes 2A crown
VERO BEACH -
Lacy Scherer scored the winning run in the top of the ninth inning on an error as Canterbury edged Pine Castle Christian 3-2 on Saturday to win the Class 2A softball state title.
The Crusaders (21-11) also got an RBI single from Miranda Posey in the second and a sacrifice fly from Danielle Romanello in the eighth en route to the program’s second state crown.
Canterbury thought it had lost the game — and the title — in the bottom of the eighth when two runs scored on a throwing error, but the umpires sent the second runner back to third when it was determined the throw went in a camera well, making it a dead ball.
Kama Woodall pitched nine innings for the win.
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