Dixie Darlings

Loris Dixie Darlings, front row, left to right, Chloe Sessions, Kayden Southern, MacKenzie Hand, Riley Herring, Addison Buffkin, and Emma Powell; middle row, Camden Graham, Peyton Cannon, Bellamie Gore, Kenzie McCoy, Jessie Cartrette, and Josie Anderson; back row, Trevor Gore - head coach, Robbie Herring - assistant coach, Jamie Cartrette - assistant coach, Chad Cannon - assistant coach.

After waiting a few years Loris Recreation Department had one of their All-star softball teams make it to the District I championship game. This game was the Dixie Softball District I Darlings Tournament. It was a double elimination tournament with 11 teams from Horry, Georgetown, and Marion counties.

With it raining on Thursday evening the championship game against Aynor had to be played under time constraints.

“These girls played their hearts out and this was the first all-star softball team in 12 years to go this far,” said Loris Recreation Assistant Director, Josh Singleton.

Even though they came up a little short they are still first runner up in District I and finished the tournament with a 4-2 record.

Congratulations to the coaches and the team. The coaches are head coach - Trevor Gore, assistant coaches, Robbie Herring, Jamie Cartrette, and Chad Cannon.

The players on the team were, Chloe Sessions, Kayden Southern, MacKenzie Hand, Riley Herring, Addison Buffkin, Emma Powell, Camden Graham, Payton Cannon, Bellamie, Gore, Kenzie McCoy, Jessie Cartrette, and Josie Anderon.

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