Fun has been the mandate from Day 1 of inaugural season for Red Deer Mosquito Braves Pink
An amazing non-profit that makes bionic limbs gave me a new appreciation for what an incredible feat of engineering—and art—the human arm is.
Former Menendez High School standout Stacy Piagno was selected to USA Baseball’s national team trials roster ahead of the Women’s Baseball World Cup. Piagno, who competed in baseball at Menendez and later played softball at Flagler College and the University of Tampa, was one of 40 players selected for the camp this month ahead of the women’s baseball championships. Last year, she pitched for the independent Sonoma Stompers baseball team, earning her first victory in the Pacific Association.
It’s been 25 years since women first participated in the Congressional baseball game, but it doesn’t mean more women are playing.
Denae Benites was the only high school female baseball player in the Valley this year.
All-Stars defeat Australia White in final match.
“There’s another girl on a baseball team that we played against. I think it was Royalton,” 15-year-old Isle sophomore Dannette Haggberg said when asked if she was the only girl baseball team member in the local area. Girls seeking positions on what were once totally male dominated high school sports teams has caused problems in the state and around the country. But that isn’t the case in Isle.
For decades, the North Field at Jeanne Mance Park has brought together hundreds of unrelated people to a space belonging to everyone and to no one.
Rebecca Torpy works full time, umpires and plays superleague netball so didn’t expect she would have the time to go back to baseball after having her daughter Mikayla two years ago.