Local softball players to compete in college

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Sixteen players, including several from local schools, who play for The Edge Academy – Thunder Softball program, will compete in college next year.

Front row, from left: Laura Powell (Scarborough) Colby College, Bailey Dunphy (Carrebec) Thomas College, Sarah Berube (Holderness School) Clark University, Ali Martell (Gray New Gloucester) University of New England, Lauren Talbot (Windham) University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth and Hunter Greenleaf (Scarborough), Rivier University.

Back Row: Anya Chase (Wells) Maine Institute of Technology, Mackenzie Aleva (Noble) American International College, Chloe Griffin (Scarborough) Southern New Hampshire University, Grace McGouldrick (Gorham) University of Maine, Megan Gosselin (Lewiston) Husson University, Jessica Brown (Portland) Undecided and Kelsey Scannavin (Mt Ararat) Lasell College.

Missing from photo: Emily Jefferds (Scarborough) St Joseph’s College and Cameron Lapierre (Westbrook) St. Joseph’s College.

Maine Thunder is led by program director and coach Nick Caiazzo.