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Spotswood Softball Holds On To Defeat Mother Seton

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CLARK, NJ - The Spotswood High School varsity softball team broke a three-game losing streak on Monday, April 24, defeating Mother Seton High School, 13-12. The Chargers jumped out to a 12-0 lead by the end of the second inning and added an insurance run in the fifth. That extra run proved to be the difference maker for Spotswood as the Setters began chipping back on the scoreboard. A four-run seventh for Mother Seton brought the Setters to within one. However, the Chargers held on to end the skid at three.

Over the weekend, the Chargers lost 14-4 to Woodbridge High School and 10-0 to Bishop Ahr High School. After the narrow win over Mother Seton, the Chargers improved their overall record to 7-8. They are 6-3 in league play. Weather postponed today's home rematch against Mother Seton. Their next game will be at the Spotswood High School Varsity Softball Field on Wednesday, April 26. The Chargers will take on Metuchen High School.

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