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Rivals team up for national dream

Rivals team up for national dream

When Utica’s Emily Londot and Highland’s Raina Terry start their senior years in high school, they’ll have plenty of stories to tell from their summer vacation: Their Mintonette club volleyball team.

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Talented 10U team set for district

MOUNT VERNON — They’re packed with speed and sure-handed defense. When the 10U Mount Vernon baseball team heads to the Little League districts in Cambridge, Saturday at 5:30 p.m., it will just be a matter of putting the right pieces together on the field. “Everybody kind of knew each other through the league, through the… Read more »

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Geoff Cowles/News Hill’s Foto’s Amayah Gawlik is tagged out at home by VFW pitcher Layla DeShong on Tuesday at Memorial Park. Gawlik was attempting to score on a fourth inning passed ball. Hill’s knocked off VFW, 11-6, to win the regular season Mount Vernon Girls Softball League 10U title.

Picture-perfect win for Hill’s

t all came down to a clash of the best, two teams in the Mount Vernon Girls Softball League. When it was over, Hill’s Foto held off VFW, 11-6, to win Tuesday’s league championship for the 2019 season at Memorial Park.

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Geoff Cowles/News VFW’s Gabby Beck drove in teammate Rylan Winkler with a game-winning single in the bottom of the fifth inning. VFW captured the Mount Vernon Girls Softball League 10U tournament title with an 11-10 victory over Hill’s Foto.

VFW wins thriller over Hill’s Foto

It has been a see-saw kind of softball season between VFW and Hill’s Foto, so nobody was surprised to see both of these teams battling it out in the championship final of this weekend’s Mount Vernon Girls Softball Association 10U tournament at Memorial Park.

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Geoff Cowles/News Ava Beam returns a shot during a tennis camp Tuesday at Memorial Park. Children age 5 through ninth grade are learning the skills and fun of playing tennis at the camp throughout June.

Learning to love the game

The incessant rains that have threatened to cancel sporting events all over Knox County this week, spared the area’s youngest tennis prodigies on Tuesday morning.

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