Demonette Softball Team Sweeps Big Spring and Wins Bi-District Championship

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LITTLEFIELD, TX - Dumas dealt the reigning District 3-4A champion Big Spring its first loss in its last eight games and swept the best-of-three series on Friday with a 4-2 win earning the Bi-District Championship spot.

LITTLEFIELD, TX - Briana Vargas doubled home the go-ahead run, and the Dumas Demonettes rallied past the Big Spring Lady Steers, 7-4, Thursday in a bi-district matchup at Littlefield High School.

Dumas (24-12), dealt the reigning District 3-4A champion its first loss in its last eight games and ...

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