SMITHSBURG -- Smithsburg's softball team had no problem battling through the fatigue of playing their third game in three days and fourth in five days defeating South Hagerstown 10-4 on Friday in the MVAL Antietam.
The Leopards (7-4, 5-3) used three pitchers -- Paige Decker, Shayla Murray and Cara Ferguson -- to hold the Rebels' offense to six hits.
"We're blessed to have the pitching we do," said Smithsburg coach Katy Barnhart. "We like to get everybody reps. Plus, we've had a lot games this week and they get tired."
Half of the Rebels' runs came in the first inning. Leadoff batter Destanie Agee walked and eventually crossed home on Taylor Leather's single. Leather came around to score on Katilyn Mades' single for South (0-12, 0-9).