Cardington Red wins C-Ball tournament


After going 10-1-1 in the regular season, Cardington Red took home first place in the Morrow County C-Ball tournament. A thank you goes out to Mount Gilead 2 for a fun, exciting championship game. Top row (l-r): coaches Laura Longsdorf, Mike Struck and Matt Longsdorf. Middle row: Rylee Donkin and Olivia Donkin. Front row: Aleena McCabe, Abby Ufferman, Autumn Holt, Kearston Dudgeon, Genevieve Longsdorf, Kennedy Maceyko, Ella Struck, Lilyan Clark and Savanna Casler.


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After going 10-1-1 in the regular season, Cardington Red took home first place in the Morrow County C-Ball tournament. A thank you goes out to Mount Gilead 2 for a fun, exciting championship game. Top row (l-r): coaches Laura Longsdorf, Mike Struck and Matt Longsdorf. Middle row: Rylee Donkin and Olivia Donkin. Front row: Aleena McCabe, Abby Ufferman, Autumn Holt, Kearston Dudgeon, Genevieve Longsdorf, Kennedy Maceyko, Ella Struck, Lilyan Clark and Savanna Casler.

After going 10-1-1 in the regular season, Cardington Red took home first place in the Morrow County C-Ball tournament. A thank you goes out to Mount Gilead 2 for a fun, exciting championship game. Top row (l-r): coaches Laura Longsdorf, Mike Struck and Matt Longsdorf. Middle row: Rylee Donkin and Olivia Donkin. Front row: Aleena McCabe, Abby Ufferman, Autumn Holt, Kearston Dudgeon, Genevieve Longsdorf, Kennedy Maceyko, Ella Struck, Lilyan Clark and Savanna Casler.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/07/web1_team.jpgAfter going 10-1-1 in the regular season, Cardington Red took home first place in the Morrow County C-Ball tournament. A thank you goes out to Mount Gilead 2 for a fun, exciting championship game. Top row (l-r): coaches Laura Longsdorf, Mike Struck and Matt Longsdorf. Middle row: Rylee Donkin and Olivia Donkin. Front row: Aleena McCabe, Abby Ufferman, Autumn Holt, Kearston Dudgeon, Genevieve Longsdorf, Kennedy Maceyko, Ella Struck, Lilyan Clark and Savanna Casler. Courtesy Photo
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