Huntington North Seeks State Softball Title Behind Bats, Defense, And Pitching Ace

By Dean Pantazi

June 4, 2012 Updated Jun 4, 2012 at 8:41 PM EST

HUNTINGTON (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Having cleared the semi-state hurdle they failed to clear a year ago, Huntington North seeks its first state softball title Saturday in Indianapolis against Plainfield.

The Lady Vikings say they are a much more confident group over a year ago, and that, the standout pitching of sophomore lefty Erin Rethlake, and booming bats and good defense should carry the day for them on Saturday.

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