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D-G-F eliminates Perham in 8AA softball playoffs

Hits were tough to come by for Annie Ingebrand and the Yellowjackets in a playoff loss at Glyndon Tuesday. Robert Williams/FOCUS

GLYNDON — Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton pitcher Sydney Honek threw a complete game and gave up only one hit as the No. 4 Rebels defeated No. 5 Perham 10-1 at the Minnesota Class 1A, Section 6 softball tournament on Wednesday.

Morgan Byer got Perham’s lone hit in the second inning, a two-out single to right field.

Perham manufactured a run in the first inning and took a 1-0 lead when Sydney Roberts scored on a RBI grounder to second base by Allie Doll.

Byer had a long fly to centerfield that was just off Kayla Feigum’s glove that was ruled an error negating the sophomore’s second hit of the game.

Back-to-back three error innings in the second and third innings allowed six runs to score providing plenty of runs for Honek and the Rebels.

D-G-F added insurance runs scoring twice in the fifth and sixth innings.

Feigum and Alyson Brenna each had three RBI for the Rebels.

Perham finishes the season with a record of 8-10.

D-G-F (14-6) will play top-seeded Fergus Falls (9-9) at Frazee in double-elimination play Thursday. The Otters eliminated No. 8 Pelican Rapids 15-0.

No. 2 Hawley (14-3)  advanced with an 18-1 victory over No. 7 Breckenridge (2-12). No. 3 Ottertail Central (13-6) was upset by No. 6 Barnesville 2-1 in Battle Lake.

The No. 6 Trojans (10-8) will face Hawley in the next round.

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Robert Williams

Sports Editor at the Detroit Lakes Tribune. Williams worked prior as the Sports Editor in Perham for the Focus, a Forum Communications newspaper, from 2010-14. 

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