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Potts Ks 29 in 10 innings

Behind the unreal pitching of Riley Potts, the North Davie softball team took down Watauga and South Davie.

Hosting Watauga on April 27, Potts struck out 13 in five complete-game innings as the Wildcats squeezed out a 2-0 win. Avery Carter and Delaney Parsons had one hit each. Chloe Smith had two walks and two stolen bases. Carliegh Croom had two steals. Parsons had an outstanding catch in right field, coach George Newman said.

Two days later at South, Potts was at it again, striking out 16 in five innings as North rolled 9-1. She threw one-hitters against Watauga and South.

Raelyn Lankford, Smith, Hanna Steinour, Ava Tomlinson, Potts and Landry Parsons had one hit each. The hits for Lankford and L. Parsons were doubles. D. Parsons and Steinour had three and two steals.