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Lady Statesmen win one of four over the weekend

Posted on May 3, 2021

Updated on May 4, 2021

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What started out as a potentially promising weekend turned out not to be for Lincoln Trail College’s softball team. The Lady Statesmen played a pair of Great Rivers Athletic Conference and Region 24 doubleheaders over the weekend, but came away with a 1-3 record, although all four games were decided by two runs or less.

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