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DeKalb County Church Softball League opens season

Published: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 5:30 a.m. CST
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Kinch Mizell of Westminster Presbyterian bats against Sycamore First Baptist.

Four games were played on the opening night of the DeKalb County Church Softball League. 

Sycamore 1st Baptist, the defending Sycamore Division champions, cruised past Westminster Presbyterian, 13-3. Brian Goodman had four RBIs and Dratyon and Conner Eggleson each scored three runs. 

Sycamore St. Mary defeated Sycamore Methodist, 7-3, as Trent Owens had three doubles to back winning pitcher Charlie Johnson. Ted Strack earned the save for St. Mary. 

Immanuel Lutheran scored four runs in the fifth to defeat Harvest Bible Chapel, 9-5, in a shortened game. 

Christ Community II defeated DeKalb Methodist, 11-10, as Rachel Denneny picked up her first church league win. 

Christ Community earned a 7-0 forfeit win over DeKalb First Lutheran, who was unable to field a team. 

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