2018-07-11 / Sports

Attack softball wins second title

BY AUSTIN VANDAELE
810-452-2655 • avandaele@mihomepaper.com


The Attack 12U softball team. Front Row, left to right: Coach Lane Johnston, Avery Woodard, Chloe Bruman, Taylor Dinda, Lindsey McGann, Avery Wolters, Kendall Roszczewski, Coach Ray Johnston. Back Row: Ava Taylor, Myah McLean, Devin Johnston, Mia Newton, Paige Hansen. 
Photo provided The Attack 12U softball team. Front Row, left to right: Coach Lane Johnston, Avery Woodard, Chloe Bruman, Taylor Dinda, Lindsey McGann, Avery Wolters, Kendall Roszczewski, Coach Ray Johnston. Back Row: Ava Taylor, Myah McLean, Devin Johnston, Mia Newton, Paige Hansen. Photo provided CLARKSTON — The Attack 12U softball team, based out of Almont, won its second state championship of the summer after taking first in the 2018 ASA/USA “B” state championship in Clarkston June 29-July 1. Attack finished the weekend a perfect 6-0 to secure the title.

Catcher Devin Johnston of Almont led the offense with a .762 batting average with 13 RBI and 12 runs while not allowing any stolen bases on defense. Pitcher Myah McLean of North Branch finished the weekend with two shutouts, earning the win in five of the team’s six games played. Imlay City’s Kendall Roszczewski batted .500 with 10 RBI and six runs, Capac’s Paige Hansen was 4-for-5 at the plate with six RBI and five runs and Attica’s Chloe Bruman finished with a .364 batting average with seven RBI and six runs.

Attack won 14-0 over Madness, 16-0 over Gold Fastpitch, 15-0 over Oakland Cobras Gold, 8-1 over Firestix, 17-2 over Turnin 2 and 11-4, also over Turnin 2.

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