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Two local 6U teams advance to state tourney

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White House 6u girls celebrate their win over Portland at Greenbrier on Monday at the Dixie Little League Tournament.
Kendall King celebrates her winning hit for White House. The White House 6u girls beat Portland 18-17 at Greenbrier on Monday.
White House runner, Keelie Graigne (left) puts on the brakes as White House third baseman, Kynsli Hudgens attempts the tag during their game at Greenbrier on Monday.
Greenbrier’s Coralyne Winnett, legs-out a single against Springfield during their Little League Tournament game on Monday, June 19.
Portland’s Lillian McClain, 24, chases White House’s Mackenzie Morris, 23, toward third base during their tournament game at Greenbrier on Monday, June 19.
White House’s Keelie Craigne cruises-in to second base as White House played Portland in Dixie Little League Tournament at Greenbrier on Monday, June 19.
Greenbrier coach, Justin Tidwell, talks things over with Whitney Shrock after she made it to first during their game with Springfield.
Greenbrier first baseman, Emily Holmes at the Little League Tournament at Greenbrier on Monday, June 19.
Greenbrier’s Bree Mayes tags Springfield pitcher, Sheniya Gardner, during action at the Little League Tournament at Greenbrier on Monday.

The Greenbrier and White House 6U softball teams finished first and second respectively in their district tournament and will advance to the state tournament starting July 7 in Brownsville, Tenn.

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