GAINESVILLE -- East Hall used a three-run first inning to grab the lead and then held on for a 10-5 win over North Hall Wednesday in girls softball action.<br />
Kali Turner had two hits to lead the Lady Vikings offense. Kaitlyn Poole allowed five runs over seven innings to get the win for East Hall.<br />
East Hall blew the game open with a five-run fourth inning.<br />
For North Hall, Kailee Dyer, Michaela Young, and Harper Seymour each had two hits. Kaitlin Edwards and Ashley Goines both had one hit and Harper Seymour had one RBI and Ashley Goines two RBI.<br />
The Lady Vikings will take on Region 7-AAA rival Banks county Thursday at East Hall Park at 5:30 p.m.
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