U14 Girls vs Boys Exhibition Game

The U14 girls and boys competed in an exhibition game on May 19.

May 19th also saw some local ball action. The U14 girls and boys played against each other in an exhibition game. Here are the players

May 19th also saw some local ball action. The U14 girls and boys played against each other in an exhibition game. Here are the players, post game, shaking hands. Parent Tanis Rhoads provided the following game summary.

It was a great game and the girls struggled at first but managed to catch up and take the lead and win late in the game with some awesome plays.  Final score was 9-8 for the U14 girls, there were some big cheers as they left the field I am sure there will be some bragging rights at Journey MS tomorrow. The final out was thrown by Hannah Berger from her belly to first base, an awesome play by the girls to end a great game.

 

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