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STELLAR PITCHING: La Grande's Des McCoy fires a pitch in game one. (Observer photos/RAENELLE KWOCK).
STELLAR PITCHING: La Grande's Des McCoy fires a pitch in game one. (Observer photos/RAENELLE KWOCK).

ISLAND CITY —The La Grande softball team split a pair of Greater Oregon League games with McLoughlin Thursday.

The Tigers won the opener 2-0 and lost the nightcap 11-1 in six innings.

"I was very proud of the way our girls played the first game," La Grande coach Majalise Tolan said.

"We came out and played to win —unfortunately we played not to lose the second game, lost our aggressiveness, played on our heels and consequently lost. We look forward to ending our season on a winning note Saturday."

The Tigers fell to 6-12, while the Pioneers improved to 10-8.

Next up for the Tigers is their regular-season finale at home against Ontario at 1 p.m. Saturday.

La Grande 2, Mac-Hi 0

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Sara Truax and Abby Contreras; McCoy and Funkhouser. WP — McCoy. LP — Truax.

La Grande hits — Gore 2, Wishart, Goss, Funkhouser.

Mac-Hi 11, La Grande 1 (6)

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La Grande 001 000 — 1 1 3

Ranzy York, Sara Truax (6) and Abby Contreras; Wolford, McCoy (1) and Funkhouser. WP — York. LP — Wolford.

La Grande hits —Clemens 2, Goss, Griffin.

Elgin drops two District 7-2A/1A games

HALFWAY — The fight for a district playoff berth has gotten tougher for the Elgin softball team.

The Huskies were swept by Pine-Eagle 5-3 and 6-1 Thursday. The Spartans stand at 7-7 in District 7-2A/1A action. The Huskies fall to 6-8.

The Huskies have two games remaining against Union (10-2) Saturday, while the Spartans end the regular season against Nyssa (3-9) Saturday.

The top two teams qualify for the district tournament May 22. Union has already clinched a district berth.

Pine-Eagle 5, Elgin 3

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Pine-Eagle 220 001 x — 5

McKinnis and Griffin; Coffee and Gulick.

Elgin hits — Ashley Hogan, Mary Alice Tucker.

Pine-Eagle 6, Elgin 1

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Pine-Eagle 110 112 00x — 6

Coffee and Gulick; Ashley Hogan and Prairie Rose Tucker.

Elgin hits — Griffin, Hogan, McKinnis. RBI — Hogan.

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