PWC celebrates minors division softball championship

Championship game draws a crowd to Haines Park

Posted 6/24/22

Team PWC defeated Team Navigant 8-4 to capture the Barrington Little League softball minors division championship recently. The game was played before a large crowd at Haines Park.

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PWC celebrates minors division softball championship

Championship game draws a crowd to Haines Park

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Team PWC defeated Team Navigant 8-4 to capture the Barrington Little League softball minors division championship recently. The game was played before a large crowd at Haines Park.

Ava Lucas pitched for PWC and worked out of a couple bases-loaded jams. Lucas scattered four hits, walked 11 and finished the game with eight strikeouts. She also helped her own effort, hitting a single to centerfield. Aviya Pelley hit a double and scored two runs for PWC. 

Amelie Bruneau and Claire Bickford shared the pitching duties for Navigant. The tandem combined to strike out eight batters, walk seven, and scatter six hits. Carly Gill reached base twice for Navigant and scored one run.

PWC reached the minors division championship game by defeating Barrington Automotive in the semifinals 12-5, while Navigant outlasted Baycoast 10-9 in the other semifinal game.

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