March 28, 2024
North Union’s Reese DeCamp delivers a pitch during a road game against River Valley last Monday evening.(Gazette photo by Bob Putman)

Lady Cats fall short against River Valley, 3-1


By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette

There were a lot of good things that happened during North Union’s softball season opener on Monday at River Valley.

They got good pitching from Reese DeCamp, they were able to get on base with hits and played flawless defense.

Unfortunately, the one number that mattered was on the River Valley side of the ledger as the Lady Cats lost 3-1.

The Lady Vikings, who also were playing their first game of the season, scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to earn the victory.

“River Valley was able to get some timely hits and we did not,” NU Head Coach Pat Grove said. “We knew it was going to be the type of game…

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