The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy softball team made the most of its first game since falling 9-2 to visiting Isle of Wight Academy on March 23. The Lady Saints hosted Hampton Roads Academy on Tuesday and stormed to a 21-0 victory, accumulating six runs in the first inning and 10 in the second. The victory put NSA back over .500 for the season, improving its record to 4-3.
“I think we’re just starting to come together,” Nansemond-Suffolk coach Brittany Wilkins said. “Bats are starting to come alive.” To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.