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Delay, venue change don't bother Eagles

Jun. 11—PINE GROVE — After the Line Mountain players talked with coach Butch Fessler, and took some pictures at home plate at Susan Stump Stadium, the Eagles' thoughts turned to food. "We left at 10:30 this morning, and all we had was snacks since," Line Mountain center fielder Emily Gonsar said. It was that kind of road trip for the Eagles. After a nearly a four-hour roundtrip to Tunkhannock ...

11—PINE GROVE — After the Line Mountain players talked with coach Butch Fessler, and took some pictures at home plate at Susan Stump Stadium, the Eagles' thoughts turned to food."We left at 10:30 this morning, and all we had was snacks since," Line Mountain center fielder Emily Gonsar said." While the PIAA huddled, and tried to decide what to do, most of the Line Mountain team sat in a circle and played the "Animal" game."It's a loooong story," Line Mountain pitcher Kya Matter said.

" Line Mountain watched some of Central Columbia's 3-0 win over Pequa Valley — the Class 3A quarterfinal played before their 2A game with Brandywine Heights.Line Mountain has now accomplished another school softball first — along with the Eagles first two district and league titles, and Monday's first state playoff win — an appearance in the state semifinals.

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