Friday, June 28, 2013

Rigby title to local softball girls

16-U squad goes 5-2

Munching on their medals are Wood River’s championship players from the Rigby tournament June 22. Front row, from left, Kori Paradis, Brittney Bradley, Lacy Harrington, Valeria Morse, Ashley Hicks and Ciceley Peavey. Back row, from left, coach Raeghen Peavey, Makoy Jones, Clancy Sayer, Chloe Evans, Haley Cutler, Samantha Sutton and coach Jim Bradley.
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    It was a winning weekend for the Wood River 16-U softball team during the eight-team Rigby 16-U Round Robin Modified Invitational Friday and Saturday, June 21-22 on diamonds in eastern Idaho.
    Coached by Jim Bradley and Raeghen Peavey, Wood River won the tournament championship. On the team were Ashley Hicks, Brittney Bradley, Ciceley Peavey, Lacy Harrington, Samantha Sutton, Valeria Morse, Haley Cutler, Chloe Evans, Kori Paradis, Clancy Sayer and Mackoy Jones.
    With outstanding defense, big bats and textbook baserunning, Wood River went 5-2 for the tournament and 5-0 Saturday, outscoring opponents by a 42-11 score. Leading the way were Hailey pitchers Ciceley Peavey and Brittney Bradley.
    In its unbeaten streak Saturday, Wood River defeated Rock Springs (Wyo.) Storm twice, advanced past the Madison Outlaws, humbled No. 1 seed Idaho Falls Sting 9-1 and trounced Sugar-Salem 12-1 in the championship game.
    Wood River hit .514 as a team led by Lacy Harrington, .624. The top six hitters in the order—Ashley Hicks, Bradley, Peavey, Kori Paradis and Haley Cutler all batted above .500.
    Blasting home runs were Cutler and Bradley. Ripping triples were Hicks, Peavey, Bradley, Cutler and Paradis.

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