Team Arrow Lumber defeated Team Justice League last week to win the Jefferson County Adult Softball Tournament. Team Sirens took third place and team Barflies-Uptown Pub won the league’s team sportsmanship award. Team Arrow Lumber is, from left, front row: Christa Holbrook, Mikail Callahan, Jayden Minish, Jason Minish, Jamie Aumock, Mallori Cossell, Ryley Eldridge, Whitney Larson. From left, back row: Cadian Hendricks, Chad Holbrook, Ryan Riggle, Jadeah Nordberg, Marcus Moug, Adrienne Moug and Joel Aumock. (Photo courtesy of Jefferson Parks Parks and Recreation)

Team Arrow Lumber defeated Team Justice League last week to win the Jefferson County Adult Softball Tournament. Team Sirens took third place and team Barflies-Uptown Pub won the league’s team sportsmanship award. Team Arrow Lumber is, from left, front row: Christa Holbrook, Mikail Callahan, Jayden Minish, Jason Minish, Jamie Aumock, Mallori Cossell, Ryley Eldridge, Whitney Larson. From left, back row: Cadian Hendricks, Chad Holbrook, Ryan Riggle, Jadeah Nordberg, Marcus Moug, Adrienne Moug and Joel Aumock. (Photo courtesy of Jefferson Parks Parks and Recreation)

SOFTBALL: Team Arrow Lumber wins Jefferson County championship

Team Arrow Lumber defeated Team Justice League last week to win the Jefferson County Adult Softball Tournament. Team Sirens took third place and team Barflies-Uptown Pub won the league’s team sportsmanship award. Team Arrow Lumber is, from left, front row: Christa Holbrook, Mikail Callahan, Jayden Minish, Jason Minish, Jamie Aumock, Mallori Cossell, Ryley Eldridge, Whitney Larson. From left, back row, are Cadian Hendricks, Chad Holbrook, Ryan Riggle, Jadeah Nordberg, Marcus Moug, Adrienne Moug and Joel Aumock.

Team Justice came in second place in the Jefferson Parks and Rec softball league. Back row, from left, are Dean Murray, Lane Dotson, Chris Bainbridge, Marissa Apeland, Ben Preston and Brett Anglin. From left, front row, are Chelsea Ham, Shanya Nisbet, Tara Clanton, Mechelle Nisbet and Marisa Jenkins. Not in the photo are Derek Allen, Kolby Schreier, Amber Powers, Brandon Przygocki, Randi Przygocki, Alex Morris, Alexia Gray, Ryan Menday, Curt Kilgore and Wes Wheeler.

Team Justice came in second place in the Jefferson Parks and Rec softball league. Back row, from left, are Dean Murray, Lane Dotson, Chris Bainbridge, Marissa Apeland, Ben Preston and Brett Anglin. From left, front row, are Chelsea Ham, Shanya Nisbet, Tara Clanton, Mechelle Nisbet and Marisa Jenkins. Not in the photo are Derek Allen, Kolby Schreier, Amber Powers, Brandon Przygocki, Randi Przygocki, Alex Morris, Alexia Gray, Ryan Menday, Curt Kilgore and Wes Wheeler.

Sirens came in third in the Jefferson Parks and Rec softball tournament. From left, back row, are Brian Hansel, Adrian Mallory, Jordan Castaneda, Tiffany Hewitt, George Eubanks IV, Taylor Richards and Missy Gould- Marley. From left, front row, are Amber Brandon, Autumn Peterson, Jessica Eubanks and Abigail Kithcart.

Sirens came in third in the Jefferson Parks and Rec softball tournament. From left, back row, are Brian Hansel, Adrian Mallory, Jordan Castaneda, Tiffany Hewitt, George Eubanks IV, Taylor Richards and Missy Gould- Marley. From left, front row, are Amber Brandon, Autumn Peterson, Jessica Eubanks and Abigail Kithcart.

The Uptown Pub Barflies won the team sportsmanship award in the Jefferson Parks and Rec softball league. From left, back row, are Monica Mader, Paul Hunt, Rutanña Lanphear Ramírez, Nicole Lewis, Nat Jacob, John Gallagher (coach), Arendt Speser, Sarah Wilson and Caleb Wilson. From left, front row, are Jesse Nelson, Claire Taylor, Joe Brown, Ben Feldman (with trophy) and Luke Thesing.

The Uptown Pub Barflies won the team sportsmanship award in the Jefferson Parks and Rec softball league. From left, back row, are Monica Mader, Paul Hunt, Rutanña Lanphear Ramírez, Nicole Lewis, Nat Jacob, John Gallagher (coach), Arendt Speser, Sarah Wilson and Caleb Wilson. From left, front row, are Jesse Nelson, Claire Taylor, Joe Brown, Ben Feldman (with trophy) and Luke Thesing.

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