North Shore Girls Softball Dirt Devils win championship

Dirt Devils: First row, left to right: Maryjane Gonzales (ca), Kristin Bitter (2b); Second row, left to right: Valeria Caballero (p), Megan Gutierrez (ss), Rubie Wexler (3b); Third row, left to right: Macall Peed (1b), Ava Fargo (of), Bella Jandreski (of), Lindsey Miller (p), Hasti Kahksari (of), Allie Deere (of); Top, left to right: Team Mom: Lourdes Caballero, coach: Tom Deere, manager: Mike Moreno.

The North Shore Girls Softball Dirt Devils recently won the 12U Silver Division ECASA Winter Ball League Championship.  The Dirt Devils went into the tournament as the No. 1 seed after placing first with 13 wins and 3 losses. During the three playoff games the Dirt Devils averaged 10 runs per game and allowed an average of four runs per game with some great defensive plays, power hitting and showing great heart and determination with a few players playing hurt for the team with no complaints. It was an unforgettable season for the players, coaches, team mom, and parents!

Related posts:

  1. 14-under North Shore girls play for title
  2. North Shore 12 Gold team captures district championship
  3. North Shore Girls Softball opens spring registration and gears up for the 25th Anniversary of the league
  4. North Shore Girls Softball opens spring registration and gears up for the 25th Anniversary of the league
  5. North Shore goes to finals on Father’s Day

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