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Old 06-09-2015, 02:10 PM   #1
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Video appears to show Texas high school softball catcher knock runners to ground

Two plays during the Texas 4A state softball championship game between Huffman Hargrave and Needville are still being talked about days later.

The Falcons of Huffman Hargrave won the game 6-4 in comeback fashion.

During the game, a video posted on YouTube shows the Needville Lady Jays catcher appear to body check or elbow two different runners just before they crossed home plate. In both cases, it doesn't appear that there is a play at the plate.

The national media is also questioning whether the contact was legal or not.

We will have reaction from both sides this afternoon on KPRC 2 News.

What do you think of play -- within the rules or cause for ejection? Watch the video then comment on the KPRC 2 Facebook page.

Mobile/app users, click here to watch the video.

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