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Girl's softball finishes season with tournament

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The Emery County girls softball league recently finished their season with a tournament. In eighth-12th grade: All five teams played great. Ferron stayed on top during the tournament not losing a game, until Cleveland came back from playing three games prior and defeated them in the championship game. That made them play one more game where Ferron defeated Cleveland and won the Championship. It was a very exciting game and had everyone on the edge of their seats into the early morning (1am).

Fifth-seventh grades: There was a total of seven teams in this age group. Cleveland stayed on top all the way through the tournament. Ferron played hard all the way to the end, but couldn't defeat Cleveland. Cleveland ended the season going undefeated through the tournament. All the girls played hard.

Third-fourth grades: There was seven teams in this age group. Elmo came up from the bottom and beat Huntington twice to become Champions of the 3-4 graders. These girls played great. We have a lot of talented girls in this age group, with teams playing as many as three games in a row.

These girls have great potential to go far.

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