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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Softball Cards drop two to DePaul

Not a lot to cheer about in the perfect weather this afternoon at Ulmer Stadium. Louisville drops the first 2-0 to the Blue Demons and then allowed 15 straight runs in the finale before gathering 4 runs later to take the 15-4 beatdown.

Kristen Wadwell took the loss in the first, Tori Collins in the second.

The teams play one tomorrow to close the series.

At least the day got off to a good start with a fun and spirited Easter Egg hunt for the kiddie in Cardinal Park this morning.

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Congratulations to trainer Mike Maker who sprung the upset in the Lane's End Stakes at Turfway this afternoon. Longshot Dean's Kitten roared down the stretch to win convincingly over Northern Giant. Odds on favorite Connemara finished third. Cornelio Velasquez rode the winner and Calvin Borel guided Northern Giant to a runner up role. Dean's Kitten, owned by Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey ran sixth in the Breeers Cup Juvenile Turf last fall but made the transition to the polytrack very well this afternoon. He also returned Sonja a very nice profit on her exacta box and Pick 3 today...

Written by Sonja
3/27/10

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