Harrison Central coach Jimmy Parker presents pitcher Kristen Cade with her gold medal as she stands with her twin sister, catcher Kayla Cade, after the Red Rebelettes beat South Panola in May at the state fast-pitch softball championships in Ridgeland. The Red Rebelettes, who won the fast-pitch title, open the slow-pitch playoffs Tuesday at Wayne County.
Harrison Central coach Jimmy Parker presents pitcher Kristen Cade with her gold medal as she stands with her twin sister, catcher Kayla Cade, after the Red Rebelettes beat South Panola in May at the state fast-pitch softball championships in Ridgeland. The Red Rebelettes, who won the fast-pitch title, open the slow-pitch playoffs Tuesday at Wayne County. Chris Todd Special to the Sun Herald
Harrison Central coach Jimmy Parker presents pitcher Kristen Cade with her gold medal as she stands with her twin sister, catcher Kayla Cade, after the Red Rebelettes beat South Panola in May at the state fast-pitch softball championships in Ridgeland. The Red Rebelettes, who won the fast-pitch title, open the slow-pitch playoffs Tuesday at Wayne County. Chris Todd Special to the Sun Herald

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