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Daily Courier roundup: Connellsville softball wraps up season with win

| Friday, May 3, 2013, 11:24 p.m.
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
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Connellsville's Kaylee Bloom delivers a pitch to a Laurel Highlands batter during Connellsville's match up against Laurel Highlands at Connellsville Area High School on Friday, May 3, 2013.

Kara Butler tripled, doubled and knocked in two runs as the Connellsville softball team concluded its season with an 8-4 nonsection win over visiting Laurel Highlands (7-8) on Friday. Jena Bukovac tripled and drove in a run, and Kaylee Bloom and Alyssa Orndorff each doubled. Victoria Culver, Jackie Cramer and Courtney Fisch each notched an RBI. Bloom was the winning pitcher for the Falcons (8-8).

Track

Baldwin Invitational — Connellsville's Jacob Nichelson took sixth in the discus (153-06) at the Baldwin Invitational. Uniontown's Julie Friend won the 1,600 (5:12.07).

Little League Baseball

Bud Murphy's 3, CSX 0 — Cameron King doubled, and Camden Gonzalez had two singles as Bud Murphy's beat CSX in Connellsville Little League action. Micah Small and Nate Spaugy combined for 10 strikeouts on the mound.

Jonathan Keller doubled and was the losing pitcher with four strikeouts for CSX.

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