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It’s the Enforcers!
When the weeks of rain delays finally cleared, it was starry skies and awesome sportsmanship for the Club Softball’s north league championship game March 6 at El Sereno Park. And the winner: the Enforcers/Guzzlers, which defeated the Blue Dragons 17-6.
The game featured high-level action, lead changes and lots of good, supportive fans.
The Club thanks everyone who participated in the inaugural season of the north league (and the 10th Club Softball League season overall), despite the City’s record rainfall. It was a strong season, and the Club looks forward to more fun softball action in the years to come.
Enjoy, and see you the next time when we call out the familiar cry: Batter up!
South Division Still Forming:
The Club Softball League’s South Division, which plays its games in Inglewood, is forming and accepting new teams and players. Contact the Sports Dude: email@example.com
The Club Softball League is open to Members from the City, County and state. It is also open to their family members over 18 years old.
Above are photos of the two contenders. There are a lot more photos on the Club’s Facebook page, and even a season video on the Club’s YouTube channel.
Club Sports on the Horizon
The Club Sports Office welcomes all individual players to inquire about the Club’s sports leagues. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Club at (800) 464-0452 to be placed as a free agent or for more information.