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) '___ PAGE 8" THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2017 Covington County Schools Breakfast & Lunch Menus Wednesday, May 3 - Chocolate chip muffin, cereal, sliced kiwi, fruit juice, milk Nacho beef dip or tuna salad sandwich, tortilla chips, sliced carrots, tossed salad, apple quarters, honey grahams, milk. Thursday, May 4 French toast sticks, yo- gurt, sliced pears, fruit juice, milk. Totally turkey flat- bread or peanut butter sandwich, greeh beans, potato salad, banana, milk. Friday, May 5- Do- nut, cereal, banana, fruit juice, milk. Mozzarella cheese sticks, green lima beans, whole kernel corn, sliced peaches, sugar cookies, milk. Monday, May 8 Biscuit, sausage links, sliced peaches, fruit juice, milk. BBQ chicken slid- ers or ham sandwich, crinkle cut fries, baked beans, sliced peaches, milk. Tuesday, May 9 - Glazed cinnamon roll, cereal, fruit Cocktail, grape juice, milk. Crispito or ham sand- wich, corn, green beans, pineapple tidbits, sugar cookie, milk, Distinguished Young Women of Covington County is currently seekingteens who wish toparticipate in the annual scholarship program. DYW awards $10,000 in cash tuition scholarships, along with college granted scholarships, in Coving- ton County. Applicants must be rising high school senior girls who are legal residents of Covington County, Ala- bama. The annual pro- gram will be held Sat- urday, July 15, 2017 at LBW Community Col- lege and participants must be available for practice the week prior to the program. Interested young women may regis- ter on-line at www. distinguishedyw.org/ apply-now/. Registra- tion deadline is May 31, 2017. An information/ orientation tea for ap- plicants and a parent/ guardian will be held Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. in the fel- lowship hall of the First Presbyterian Church, 229 South Three Notch Street, Andalusia, Ala- bama. For further infor- mation contact Cathy Powell at powellc@ andalusia.k12.al.us or 3.,34-222-4647. Distinguished Young Women is a local, state, and national scholar- ship program. SOPHOMORE CAMRYN BRAZILE threw a no- hitter and was just one walk. from recording a per- fect game. (Photos by Lisa Windham) ................. Paiyton Perry (23) had two hits and scored two runs to help the Paxton Bobcats to a 4-0 win over the Central Jaguars in Ponce de Leon on Friday . night. By virtue of winning the District 1 title, the Bobcats will host Sneads a Region Semifinal on Wednesday at 7p.m. ONE OF SEVERAL BUNTS by Central that failed as Cheyenne Arne makes a throw to Hailee Bryan at first for the out. PAXTON CLAIMS DISTRICT 1 SOFTBALL CROWN by Patrick Casey Paxton sophomore pitcher Camryn Brazile was dominant on Friday night in Ponce de Leon as coach Jeff Bradley's club posted a 4-0 shut- out victory over Central SENIOR KATIE SEBASTIAN (shown here on first base) made a fabulous catch in the top of the seventh inning to preserve teammate Camryn Bra- zile's no-hitterin the Bobcats 4-0 win over Central to capture the District 1, Class A softball title. PAXTON WON THEIR fourth softball district championship in fast-pitch since the 2006 season. with solid defense and just enough scoring to post a comfortable vic- tory to win the District 1, Class A title. Brazile faced only 22 batters in the seven inning affair, allowing only one Jaguars bat- ter to reach base as Ali Hawthorne drew a one- out walk in the second inning to become the Santa Rosa County club's only baserunner on the night. Paxton scored two runs in the bottom of the second inning as Brazile singled, moved to third on Paiyton Per- ry's double and scored on a sacrifice bunt by senior Katie Sebastian. One of Central's two er- rors in the contest later allowed Perry to score for a 2-0 advantage. Paxton added an- other run in the third inning as Sadie Var- num raced home after a single by Brazile and a throwing error for a 3-0 lead. The Bobcats added their last run of the night in the fourth as Perry singled, moved to second on Sebastian's sacrifice and scored when Cheyenne Arne struck out but raced to first base as the ball got away from the Jaguars catcher with a high throw to first helping Perry scamper across home plate. Four runs was more than Brazile needed as she and her teammates recorded the final 17 outs of the game with- out a batter reaching base. Central tried to bunt their way on base several times with Bra- zile, Perry and Arne making precise throws to Michaela Cain at first base to snuff out every attempt. Sebastian made a sensational catch off of a drive by Central pitcher Lacee. Stewart to start the seventh in- ning to keep the no-hit- ter going, racing back towards the centerfield warning track to make the grab. Two ground- ers to second baseman Hailee Bryan and the Bobcats had their sec- ond consecutive district title and fourth since the 2006 season. Paxton had little trouble in the district semifinal as they past- ed Poplar Springs 13-1 while Central had to rally from a 4-1 deficit to tournament host Ponce de Leon before pulling away for a 12-4 victory over the Pirates. '" Ve've worked hard on our defense and our pitching has really helped us stay in games and limit opportuni- ties. We've been able to put up enough runs to win games and now we have at least one play- off game at home. The girls have worked hard to get better and the coaching staff couldn't be more proud of them," said Bradley after the Central win. Paxton(19-4) will host Sneads(18-9) on Wednesday night with game time set for7 p.m. in a Class A, Region 1 state playoff semifinal. Team Notes: Paxton is 4-9 all-time in the fast-pitch softball state playoffs. Paxton last won a softball playoff game in 2006 with a 6-5 win over Graceville. Sneads finished as state runner-up in 2011 and 2014. The Pirates knocked off Holmes County 10-3 in the Dis- trict 2 semifinal to end the season of a favored Bluedevils squad. The winner of the Sneads- Paxton contest will likely have to travel to Wewahitchk /on May 9 to play the Region 1 Fi- nal. The Gators will be heavy home favorites over Central on Thurs- day night. No Area 5 team has ever made it to the Final Four in fast-pitch softball.