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Members of the Sanderson State Street Salon 12U team from the Abington Area Girls Softball League celebrate win at the Valley Petunia League Classic Championship in Jessup, on June 24. Front row (from left): coach Tom Specht, Lucy Specht, Caroline Kelly, Clarke Kupinski, Kalei Carpenter, coach David Sykes. Back row (from left): coach Jason Kobrynich, Jill Bird, Emily Knoepfel, Julia LaCoe, Angel Jefferson, Clare Sykes, Emily Phillips, Shaelyn Kobrynich, Grace Gonzalez, and coach Chris Carpenter. Absent from the picture coach Marc Gonzalez and Julia Kenny.
Members of the Sanderson State Street Salon 12U team from the Abington Area Girls Softball League celebrate win at the Valley Petunia League Classic Championship in Jessup, on June 24. Front row (from left): coach Tom Specht, Lucy Specht, Caroline Kelly, Clarke Kupinski, Kalei Carpenter, coach David Sykes. Back row (from left): coach Jason Kobrynich, Jill Bird, Emily Knoepfel, Julia LaCoe, Angel Jefferson, Clare Sykes, Emily Phillips, Shaelyn Kobrynich, Grace Gonzalez, and coach Chris Carpenter. Absent from the picture coach Marc Gonzalez and Julia Kenny.
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Sanderson State Street Salon, a 12U team from the Abington Area Girls Softball League won the Valley Petunia League Classic Championship in Jessup on June 24. The team defeated Oaktree Photography from Scott Township, 9-7. Sanderson scored three runs in their last at bat to win the game.


The winning run was scored by Emily Phillips, who crossed the plate on a hit by Angel Jefferson. Other key contributors to the win were Clarke Kupinski, who made a run-saving defensive play in left field, Lucy Specht, who scored two runs and had three stolen bases, Clare Sykes, who drove in the game-tying run, Shaelyn Kobrynich, who had a three-run homer, and Caroline Kelly, who pitched two innings of shutout relief.


On the way to the championship, Sanderson also defeatedCPG (11-6), Ed Gallagher Auto (10-6) and Ingargiola (8-6). Sanderson strung together eight consecutive wins to finish the season with a 13-7 record.


“They showed tremendous grit during the tournament and put forth a fantastic team effort all year,” head coach Tom Specht said. “They improved greatly over the course the season and deserve the success that has come their way.”


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