Torque win berth in Orlando


The Torque 14-and-under softball team went 6-0 to win the Road to Orlando Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Overland Park, Kansas. On Saturday, the Torque went 3-0 in pool play to be the No. 1 seed going into bracket play on Sunday, then won two more Saturday to advance to the championship game against the Pride. In the championship game, Torque came from behind to win 7-4 to win a free birth to play in the World Series in Orlando in July 2016. In the tournament, Torque hitters put up 68 hits including 34 singles, 21 doubles, 1 homerun, 51 runs scored, and had a team batting average over .500. Pictured bottom row left to right: Jazz Gillespie, Erica Scweer, Kya Schepker,Payge Adair, Kiersten Grobe. Middle row: Rayni Simons, Aspen Whitaker, Hannah Rader, Maris Ollison, Kylee Fajen, Reagan Shelby. Top Row: Coach Ron Strader, Stat keeper and assistant Jessica Ollison, assistant David Fajen, and Manager Shane Simons.


The Torque 14-and-under softball team went 6-0 to win the Road to Orlando Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Overland Park, Kansas. On Saturday, the Torque went 3-0 in pool play to be the No. 1 seed going into bracket play on Sunday, then won two more Saturday to advance to the championship game against the Pride. In the championship game, Torque came from behind to win 7-4 to win a free birth to play in the World Series in Orlando in July 2016. In the tournament, Torque hitters put up 68 hits including 34 singles, 21 doubles, 1 homerun, 51 runs scored, and had a team batting average over .500. Pictured bottom row left to right: Jazz Gillespie, Erica Scweer, Kya Schepker,Payge Adair, Kiersten Grobe. Middle row: Rayni Simons, Aspen Whitaker, Hannah Rader, Maris Ollison, Kylee Fajen, Reagan Shelby. Top Row: Coach Ron Strader, Stat keeper and assistant Jessica Ollison, assistant David Fajen, and Manager Shane Simons.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_torque-champs.jpgThe Torque 14-and-under softball team went 6-0 to win the Road to Orlando Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Overland Park, Kansas. On Saturday, the Torque went 3-0 in pool play to be the No. 1 seed going into bracket play on Sunday, then won two more Saturday to advance to the championship game against the Pride. In the championship game, Torque came from behind to win 7-4 to win a free birth to play in the World Series in Orlando in July 2016. In the tournament, Torque hitters put up 68 hits including 34 singles, 21 doubles, 1 homerun, 51 runs scored, and had a team batting average over .500. Pictured bottom row left to right: Jazz Gillespie, Erica Scweer, Kya Schepker,Payge Adair, Kiersten Grobe. Middle row: Rayni Simons, Aspen Whitaker, Hannah Rader, Maris Ollison, Kylee Fajen, Reagan Shelby. Top Row: Coach Ron Strader, Stat keeper and assistant Jessica Ollison, assistant David Fajen, and Manager Shane Simons.

The Torque 14-and-under softball team went 6-0 to win the Road to Orlando Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Overland Park, Kansas. On Saturday, the Torque went 3-0 in pool play to be the No. 1 seed going into bracket play on Sunday, then won two more Saturday to advance to the championship game against the Pride. In the championship game, Torque came from behind to win 7-4 to win a free birth to play in the World Series in Orlando in July 2016. In the tournament, Torque hitters put up 68 hits including 34 singles, 21 doubles, 1 homerun, 51 runs scored, and had a team batting average over .500. Pictured bottom row left to right: Jazz Gillespie, Erica Scweer, Kya Schepker,Payge Adair, Kiersten Grobe. Middle row: Rayni Simons, Aspen Whitaker, Hannah Rader, Maris Ollison, Kylee Fajen, Reagan Shelby. Top Row: Coach Ron Strader, Stat keeper and assistant Jessica Ollison, assistant David Fajen, and Manager Shane Simons.

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