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Jets bow to Crocs in under 13 match

Crocs pitcher Mitch Hathaway.
Crocs pitcher Mitch Hathaway. Christopher Chan GLA241112SOFT

CROCS under-13 Saltys team walked away with a 10-3 win on Saturday after playing Jets at Gladstone softball fields.

Crocs player Mitch Hathaway started his team off well, pitching the first two innings with Nick German coming on to pitch the final innings and solidfy their win.

The weekend marked the first time Jets player Ella McIver pitched and she performed well in both innings.

Fellow Jets player Daniel Ludkin also had a great day, he hit a homer over left fields head and scored two runs.

 

Topics:  crocs, gladstone softball association, gladstone sport, softball




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