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DH Conley moves on in the baseball and softball playoffs, South Central and North Pitt among those staying home

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

The DH Conley baseball and softball teams were winners in round three of the state baseball playoffs on Friday. The boys beat Currituck on the road, 11-1 in 5 innings while the girls outlasted rival South Central 9-8 in 10 innings.

The only other team from Pitt County that was still alive was North Pitt. The Panthers lost at home to Carrboro 9-2. This one was shortened because of weather.

At the 3-A level, West Brunswick will host Conley on Tuesday. The Trojans beat the Jacksonville Cardinals 2-1 in walkoff fashion.

In 1-A play, Riverside (Martin) continues to roll through the playoffs. The Knights beat Perquimans 15-3.

Washington and South Lenoir were also winners on the softball side of things.

We'll have much more on the state baseball and softball playoffs coming up Sunday night on the Final Score.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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