North Shore Girls 12U Softball completes Fall Ball Season as finalists in Carlsbad Tournament

Back Row (L to R): Coach Tom Joas, Miranda Rafner, Amanda Benbow, Nicki Eberhardt, Chloe Balsiger, Alex Walling, Allison Joas, Kiley Rose, Coach Mike Rose, Coach Chris Benbow: Seated (L to R): Ashley Montes, Erin Coogan.

The North Shore 12U “Royal Pains” completed their Fall Ball season as runner-ups in the Veterans Day Carlsbad tournament.  The girls had a great season, and played well as a team, consisting of returning 12’s, as well a new group of up and coming 12’s.

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  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
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