The Peters curse is broken

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The Peters curse is broken

Catcher Shayna Postler aims to throw to first during the Lady Hawks' game vs. Peters on Wednesday, March 27.

Catcher Shayna Postler aims to throw to first during the Lady Hawks' game vs. Peters on Wednesday, March 27.

Haley Richert

Catcher Shayna Postler aims to throw to first during the Lady Hawks' game vs. Peters on Wednesday, March 27.

Haley Richert

Haley Richert

Catcher Shayna Postler aims to throw to first during the Lady Hawks' game vs. Peters on Wednesday, March 27.

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There is no denying the athleticism at neighboring locality Peters Township. The Indians have had a perfect record against the Hawks in every sport. However, they are undefeated no more.

On Wednesday, the Bethel Park softball team traveled to Peters Township to take on the Indians. They were set on being the first Bethel team to beat them this school year. The girls split with the team last year, so they knew they had a chance of coming out on top.

After seven innings, the Lady Hawks came out on top, with an 11-1 win.

“We knew we had what it took to go home with a win,” said sophomore shortstop and Ohio State commit Reagan Milliken.

The girls have a doubleheader Thursday at home against Allderdice beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Good luck to the girls and congratulations on being the first team to beat the Indians in the 2018-2019 school year!

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