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Courtesy of James Madison University
Jailyn Ford, shown here pitching for James Madison University, was 1-0 and struck out seven batters for the U.S. team in the Junior Women’s World Championships.
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
BRAMPTON, Ontario — The U.S. junior national team lost to Japan 4-0 in the gold medal game of the Junior Women’s World Championships on Sunday.
The game was called in the seventh inning because of rain.
The U.S. team, which included former Bath County standout Jailyn Ford of JMU, went 9-1 in the tournament. Ford was 1-0 and struck out seven batters.
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