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Roosters drop season-opener to Smithville, 14-11
Pleasant Hill’s Casey Gifford (42) sacks Smithville quarterback Kellen Simoncic with his knee just barely outside of the endzone in the first half of Friday’s game. Gifford had five solo tackles and three assisted tackles during the game.

Chicks run out of
time on Saturday
Chicks’ catcher Kelsey Miller (left) lunges to try and tag out a Kearney baserunner at the plate during the fifth inning of Pleasant Hill’s first game on Saturday morning. The umpire ruled that the runner did not leave the baseline, allowing her to score. The Chicks fell 7-3 to Kearney before losing 8-5 to Oak Park in the afternoon. Miller went 2-for-3 with a triple and a run scored against Kearney. Her triple went to dead center, where the fence was 275 ft. from home; it would’ve been a homer at most softball fields.

Chicks fourth of 19 schools at Ray-Pec Tourney
Kylie Baker (left) and Sally Riffle tied for the fifth-best score of any pair of golfers at Friday’s tournanment, earning a medal.

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