North Shore Girls 10U Softball dominates the 2012 Fall Ball Season

Back (L to R): Coach Mark Remick, Coach Blaine Bowman, Manager Blake Woodhall; Middle (L to R): Lila Browne, Sydney Ang, Ashlyn Bowman, Sally Mueller, Anna Hermann, Taylor Ang, Olivia Crosbie; Bottom. (L to R): Kelly Guilmette, Keeley Ramseyer, Jenna Remick, Ashley Alarcon, Halle Woodhall, Hailey Dewey, Clara Guo; Not pictured: Caitlin Woodmansee, Coach Paul Ang, Coach Matt Browne.

The North Shore 10U “Flames” swept through the regular season and final Carlsbad Tournament with an undefeated 19-0 record, beating teams from Carlsbad, Poway, Oceanside, 4S Ranch, La Costa and Escondido. The team was a great mixture of beginner and experienced players, which proved to be a successful formula. It was a true team effort as every girl contributed to the overall team success and they had fun both on and off the field.

Related posts:

  1. North Shore Girls 12U Softball completes Fall Ball Season as finalists in Carlsbad Tournament
  2. North Shore kicks off season
  3. North Shore Girls Softball Dirt Devils win championship
  4. North Shore Girls Softball opens spring registration and gears up for the 25th Anniversary of the league
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