Pontotoc's softball coach Jessica Seger uses the phrase "true grit" when she describes what she want's from her team. The Lady Warriors win over Corinth was the very definition of "true grit". Pontotoc was playing for more than just senior night, they were playing for a division championship and a first round bye in the 4A playoffs. Pontotoc overcame a two run seventh inning deficit to send the game into extra innings. Pontotoc trailed by a run in the bottom of the eighth inning but the Lady Warriors scored two runs to win the game. Pontotoc play's Monday night in the second round of the playoff's. You can read the full recap, along with Coach Seger's comments in next week's Pontotoc Progress.
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- Lady Warriors prepare for return trip to the postseason
- Lady Cougars' stellar season ends in second round
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- Warriors pick up rivalry, division victory over South
- Seven plead guilty, sentenced
- Pontotoc County Historical Society program to honor WWII heroes of Pontotoc County
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