PINE GROVE — Despite being held scoreless through seven innings of play, Line Mountain’s softball team remained confident as it was heading into the eighth inning of a state quarterfinal game against Brandywine Heights on Thursday.

After all, the Eagles entered the game only allowing two runs in their last eight games by playing nearly perfect defensively behind the arm of Kya Matter, who ended the bottom of the seventh inning by retiring her 12th straight hitter. Also, the same order of the batting lineup that came close to breaking the stalemate for the Eagles in the sixth was due up in the extra inning.

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