Brittany Kilduff allowed just one hit in five innings as the third-seeded Lakewood Ranch High girls softball team defeated Charlotte 10-0 in the opening round of the Class 5A-District 11 tournament April 20.
Becca Slowik led the way for the Lady Mustangs at the plate going 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and four RBIs. Stacie Nelson followed going 1-for-3 with a pair of RBIs and three runs scored.
“One through nine everybody always hits,” Lakewood coach Joe Dowling said. “(Everyone) always asks ‘Where’s your weak spot?’ and I always tell them ‘You find it.’”
Lakewood will return to action April 23 when they face second-seed Venice in the distirct semifinals.
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Tennis pro earns honors
Palm-Aire Country Club Director of Tennis Greg High has scored big with the U.S. Professional Tennis Association.
Petruff receives service award
East County resident and local attorney Patricia Petruff, a senior partner of the Dye, Deitrich, Petruff & St. Paul law firm in Bradenton, has been awarded the 2014 William C. Grimes Award for Lifetime Achievement in Community Service.
East County resident Julie Kean recently captured this photo of two fawns resting on Legacy Boulevard, near the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club’s tennis and fitness center.