Solid pitching and defense carries the Tornado past the Saints

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NORWICH – After a four day hiatus from any games, the Norwich varsity softball team hosted the Saints of Seton Catholic, yesterday April 25, in what proved to be a much closer game than the last time around this season.

Norwich would earn the win at 4-0 after jumping out to an early lead in the game and relying on solid pitching to carry them to the win.

This 4-0 margin was much improved for the Saints who hosted Norwich earlier this season only to lose in blowout fashion 27-0.

“This was not anything like I expected. But I told the girls after Chenango Forks, I would rather lose 4-1, or win 4-0 like tonight, than win 27-0 because you don’t learn anything when you win like that,” said Norwich head coach Scott Moore.

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