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Coach Keith Beaupre, Kayla Midney, Alayna Greene, Katie Ierardi, Coach John Zazzaro, and Coach Jim Ferrante; middle row: Nolyn Allen, Sarah Myrick, Mckenzie Beaupre, and Sarah Minkiewicz; bottom row: Coach Kendra Cunningham, Devon Cunningham, Mikaela June, Frankie Ferrante and Kara Zazzaro.

Southington Lightning still undefeated


Southington Lightning ’00 won the Strike Out Cancer tournament which took place this weekend at Panthorn Park.

After coming off an unbelievable season last year in the 12U division (49-0-2), they have moved up to the 14U division this year and remain undefeated. The team 20 to zero for the season and have won four tournaments so far. The girls have not lost a game since July 2012. Southington Lightning is a travel softball team. The girls have several siblings on the Southington High School Blue Knights Unbeaten Softball team, and they are following in the Knights footsteps with a 20 to zero record for the season so far. These eighth graders hope to be your future Blue Knights.



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