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Rain delays minor softball championship
By ROVEN YAU
Published June 29, 2005
Monday's District 5 minor softball championship between Seminole and Northeast was postponed because of rain. The game will be played today at 6 p.m.
Northeast advanced to the championship Monday with a 13-12 comeback win over Gulfport. Carrington Kilroe's two-out single in the sixth drove in the winning run for Northeast after Gulfport scored four in the top of the inning to take a 12-11 lead.
Brittany Price scored five runs for Gulfport.
MORE MINOR SOFTBALL: On Friday, Holly Bulleit tossed a one-hitter as Southwest/Pinellas Park National defeated Cross Bayou/Gulf Beaches 15-5. Amanda Sims, Julia Brakmen and Rosie Stewart each had three hits for Southwest/Pinellas Park National.
MINOR BASEBALL: Northeast's David Rodica hit a base-clearing triple Thursday in a 14-4 win over Azalea in the District 12 All-Stars Tournament. Cody Tyler and Conner Bearnarth combined on two shutout innings of relief to seal the victory.
PONY LEAGUE: Pinellas Park American advanced to the Pony League shetland division world series at Cumming, Ga., July15 by claiming second place at the state tournament. Pinellas Park American defeated Pinellas Park National 17-8 and Crestview 19-6 last weekend to advance to the championship game. Tournament host Perdido Bay also earned a berth in the world series, edging Pinellas Park American 22-21 in the title game.