Torrey Pines High School Lady Falcon Softball Team takes Division 1 Softball Championship

Back row, from left: assistant coach Jeff Dusek, Monroe Peed, Kylie Robinson, Kaitlin Schreiber, Stephanie Johnson, Andrea Bower, Jasmine Gutierrez, Mariel Cathcart, Alexa Charles, Katie Shubat, head coach Jon Moore; front row: Mikaila Reyes, Tierra Eshom, Shelbianne Evans, Rachel Nasland, Emily Wolking, Emma Wong, Lauren Bower, Julia Yacker, Kelsey Buchanan and manager DJ

For the second year in a row, the Torrey Pines High School Lady Falcons Softball team won the CIF SDS Division 1 Championship with a 1-0 victory over Carlsbad High School on Saturday, May 25. The hard-fought battle took place at UCSD with the Palomar League Co-champion Falcons scoring in the first inning and holding onto that lead for 7 complete innings. It was a repeat performance of last year’s championship between the same two teams. Last year’s victory was the first in school history, as well as the repeat victory this year.

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