SEW forced to forfeit wins
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Last week the Pride of Iowa had a little turbulence after Southeast Warren softball were forced to forfeit all the games they had won up to that point, dropping them to a record of 0-22 on the season.
The forfeits are shown by all previously won games entered in as a 7-0 loss, giving the opposing team one run in each inning.
According to sources, the Lady Warhawks were playing illegal players who were not residents of the school district.
After the forfeitures, the Lady Warhawks were able to continue their season, so long as those girls were not played, or they established residency within the school district.
The Lady Warhawks did get a win over Seymour on Saturday and fell to Melcher-Dallas later that day.
The Raiderettes previously had a loss to the Lady Warhawks, however, that loss has now turned into a win and the Raiderettes now sit at 12-3 after their games this week.