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Chatham’s Addi Perry blasted her first career out-of-the-park home run on Wednesday to help the Panthers defeat Greenville, 8-6.

CHATHAM — Addi Perry’s first career out-of-the-park home run sparked a six-run sixth-inning uprising as Chatham rallied to defeat Greenville, 8-6, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference softball game.

Chatham trailed 4-1 after five when Perry stepped up and belted the first pitch she saw in the top of the sixth inning over the fence in center field to set off the Panthers rally.

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