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The 14U Capo Girls Softball All-Star team will compete at the district championships on June 27. Courtesy photo
The 14U Capo Girls Softball All-Star team will compete at the district championships on June 27. Courtesy photo

Dana Point Times

The 14U All-Star Capo Girls Softball team is showing no signs of slowing down heading into postseason play.

The team, which is made up of players from Dana Point and San Juan Capistrano, currently owns a perfect 41-0 overall record and picked up two tournament wins over the past week.

The team captured the AGSA Foothill Classic Tournament in Arcadia on June 6, defeating an all-star team from Sierra Madre in a 13-0 victory in the championship match.

On June 8, the team bested the field at the French Valley Wine Country Classic, going 4-0 over the two-day span.

In 18 all-star games this season, the Capo Girls Softball team has outscored their opponents by a combined 238-44 margin.

The team will play in one final tournament before heading to the district championships in Garden Grove from June 27 to 29. If the team advances through the district tournament, they will qualify to compete for the state championship.

The 14U All-Star Capo Girls Softball team includes: Regan Salas, Mariah Bohl, Nicole Arico, Elibeth Flores, Alexis White, Catherine Norby, Grace Collier, Riley Dungan, Claire Steines, Kyra Massucco, Angelica Gonzalez, Caitlyn Sung, Taylor Hopper, Alyssa Peterson and Alyson Salas. The team is coached by Dan Massucco and Cris Salas.

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