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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