Woodland falls 6-4 in regionals in extra innings
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Woodland played to a tie in regulation but lost, 6-4, in extra innings to Hiram High in the 5-AAAAA Region Tournament played at Allatoona High School on Wednesday.

The Lady Wildcats return to the diamond today to play the Rome Lady Wolves, who were defeated by Allatoona, 8-0, earlier Wednesday.

The two teams are scheduled to start play at 7:30 p.m. in the double elimination tournament.

Woodland and Hiram played to a 4-4 tie in regulation play. Under international tiebreaker rules, a Hiram baserunner was then placed on second base to start extra-inning play.

The Lady Hornets scored two runs in the frame to claim the victory. Woodland was unable to score a run in its extra-inning play and took the loss.

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