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Elmwood/Plum City edges Spring Valley 6-5

Elmwood/Plum City's Alysha Hoyt scampers to home plate past Spring Valley catcher Hannah Silverling.1 / 6
Spring Valley's Maria Nygren gets ready to swing at this pitch.2 / 6
EPC shortstop Heidi Webb puts out a Spring Valley base runner with this throw3 / 6
EPC first baseman Liz Fredrickson chases after a ground ball. Next to her is EPC pitcher Shelby Hall.4 / 6
Spring Valley first baseman Faith Anderson picks up this ground ball.5 / 6
Spring Valley pitcher Alison Von Haden is backed up by shortstop Tana O'Keefe and outfielder Ellen Broroson.6 / 6

ELMWOOD - The Elmwood/Plum City prep softball co-op edged rival Spring Valley Tuesday afternoon 6-5 in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference contest.

Shelby Hall scored the winning run in EPC's last at bat. Hall was on second when a pair of errors help bring her around to home plate.

The error flu sickened EPC too. The Wolves might have won less dramatically had it not been for a pair of errors that helped bring home three runs in the top of the sixth inning and tied the game at 5-5 after EPC went in front 5-2 in the fifth.

Taylor Chilson led EPC in hitting, going 2-for-4 with two RBI-doubles. Nevada Schlegel had two hits for Spring Valley and Faith Anderson drove in two runs for the Cardinals.

EPC improves to 2-0 overall and in the league and Spring Valley drops to 0-2 overall and in the D-SC.