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Manager Dave Barton announces his lineup as the Cosumnes River Little League’s 8-10 Girls held a scrimmage at Stonehouse Park Tuesday evening. The girls won the Section 4 title last week and are heading to the California State Tournament this weekend in Madera.

Team photo

Salute the champs! Rylee Barton, Jordyn Bowman, Macey Casagrande, Ava Goodpasture, Trinity Hayduk, Madeline Lawson, Alyssa Luna, Daisy Maranise, Kate Myers, Alannah Tuua, Ayla Tuua. The coaches: Manager Dave Barton and coaches Michelle Myers and Shannon Tuua.  Click photos for larger images. (Team photo by Justin Hayduk)


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Follow the CRLL All-Star girls at State!

Our traveling band of CRLL groupies is helping us keep pace from home via the CRLL Facebook page.

We lost the first game 7-2 to a strong team from Gilroy. Our small town girls play with a big heart, and take to the field again today (Saturday July 15) at 3PM.

Go Girls Go!

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Day 1 Update from Softball State Tournament

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The CRLL girls traveled down to Madera to take on the Shasta, Valley, and Delta Section champions.

In their first game Saturday July 15, CRLL fell to a strong team from Gilroy (Delta Section). A late CRLL rally fell short, and Gilroy prevailed 7-2.

In the second end of the double header day, CRLL took on the host (and the heat), in Madera National. This time, fortunes were reversed, and the CRLL girls took the game on a tally of 13-1.

CRLL plays again on Sunday at 10:00 AM versus the losing team between Gilroy (Delta Section) and Shasta (playing 5:30PM tonight).

Go Girls Go!

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Girls Place 3rd in State!

Could not be more proud of the CRLL girls, and their 3rd place finish at the California State Tournament! These girls and their families set a high standard for community involvement and on field success. They have created memories that will last a lifetime!

 

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