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USA Pride takes second place

USA PRIDE players Sky Divinagracia, Maddie Campos, Anissa Maldanado, Nicole Martin, Jenn Woo, Amanda Miller, Alyssa Burns, Joanne Johnson, Alexis Anglin, Samantha Bastian, Megan Lockhart and Mackenzie Lockhart took second place at the August Meltdown Tournament. Not pictured are Rene Bardini, Michelle Bardini and Jade Mercadel. Courtesy photo
USA PRIDE players Sky Divinagracia, Maddie Campos, Anissa Maldanado, Nicole Martin, Jenn Woo, Amanda Miller, Alyssa Burns, Joanne Johnson, Alexis Anglin, Samantha Bastian, Megan Lockhart and Mackenzie Lockhart took second place at the August Meltdown Tournament. Not pictured are Rene Bardini, Michelle Bardini and Jade Mercadel. Courtesy photo

USA Pride (16U) Softball based out of El Dorado Hills won second place at the National Softball Association August Meltdown Tournament, Aug. 20-21.

USA Pride went undefeated in the seeding and playoff rounds outscoring the competition 27-8 over four games. The only game they lost was the championship to a very strong team out of Stockton.

“I am very proud of our athletes” said Coach Lawrence Divinagracia. “We just assembled this star studded squad and this is only our first tournament together. We have set the bar very high.”

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