WINSTON — Three-peat? That’s the plan for the Douglas High softball team, which is seeking its third straight Far West League championship this spring. The Trojans opened their league schedule with a convincing victory on a sunny Tuesday, whipping North Bend 14-4 in five innings at their new field. Douglas, 6-2 overall, has outscored is opponents 73-27. “We’re really hoping to get it (title) again this year,” said pitcher/first baseman Ana Dupper, a second-team all-league selection in 2012. “Our biggest goal is to make into the (Class 4A state) playoffs and get as far as we can. If we all …
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