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Indiana Force win 12U NSA World Series

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

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The Indiana Force 12-and-under softball team won the National Softball Association Class B Northern World Series in East Peoria, Ill. The is composed of:?(front row) Haven Eder, Madison Nevins, Kelsey Whitaker, Cheyenne Reinig and Paige Yando. (Back row)?Coach Nikki McGregor, Sierra Sykes, Taylor Otte, Abby Middleton, Mackenzie McGregor, Sara Dickey, Kayla Serrato and Coach Shawn Sykes.
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The Indiana Force, a group of softball players in the 12-under range, recently won the National Softball Association Class B Northern World Series, which took place in East Peoria, Ill.

The squad was 6-1 in the tournament, besting the Portage Hurricanes, which finished 6-2. The squad has had a busy summer, coming in first in six tournaments, including wins in Indianapolis, Brownsburg, Plainfield, Martinsville, Cayuga and the World Series victory.

In addition, the team picked up second-place finishes in Montezuma and Bloomington, Ill., and fifth-place finishes in Fishers and Brownsburg.

Team members include Haven Eder, Madison Nevins, Kelsey Whitaker, Cheyenne Reinig, Paige Yando, Sierra Sykes, Taylor Otte, Abby Middleton, Mackenzie McGregor, Sara Dickey and Kayla Serrato. The team is coached by Nikki McGregor and Shawn Sykes.

The squad finished its summer with a record of 40-5.

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