“We sent our best recreation teams up for the tournament where they competed against cities like Spanish Fork, Lehi, andSalem,”city recreation director Michael Patton said. “This was a great accomplishment for a small-town team to go on and win.”
(Above): The Ephraim City third and fourth-grade girls softball team took first place in the Utah Girls Softball Asso- ciation State Tournament July 5-7 at the Spanish Fork Sports Park. Girls are: Giselle Revoir, Paisley Evans, Nora Larsen, Jayleigh Newton, Kelsie Larsen, Jensynn Jackman, Mercy Van- tassel, Averie Barton, Adalynn Ellgen, Remmie Frischknecht, Preslie Reneau, Bostyn Parry. Coaches are Aaron Parry and Richard Newton.
The seventh-eighth grade team took fourth out of the 16 qualifying teams. Back (L-R): Coaches Bob Aguado, and Sara Calderas, players: Ashley Aguado, Bostyn Hallows, Brooke Peterson, Jessica Keisel, Kenzee Cox, Bailey Johnson, Clara Bench, Coach Trace Peterson. Front (L-R): Marion Seely, Aidali Orozco and Elida Calderas.