Cape Elizabeth's 9/10 year-old softball all-star team beat defending champion Scarborough, 3-2, to win the District 6 championship last week and advance to the state tournament in Waldoboro beginning Saturday. Standout Cape pitcher Anna Cornell pitched 39 innings in the district tournament, striking out 91 batters. Back row (left to right): Coach Jim Cornell, Coach Jeff Schwartz, Coach Mark Parker.
Front row: Katharine Blackburn, Esme Song, Helena Rieger, Kathryne Clay, Abigail Scifres, Hannah Mosher, Dana Schwartz, Anna Cornell, Abbey Agrodnia, Haley McIntyre, Katherine Callahan, Analise Gordon, Clara Parker.
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