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The Lancaster County Recreation Commission Angels National all-stars, fresh off winning the District Two championship, open state play Saturday, July 6 at 11 a.m. when they play Boiling Springs in North Charleston.
“We’re excited about going to the state, tournament ” Angels Nationals all-star coach Will Wrenn said. “Teamwork has been the key. It’s been a total team effort and we need to keep that going for the state tournament.”
The Lancaster Nationals vs. Boiling Springs winner will play the winner of North Charleston vs. Iva on Sunday, July 7 at 3 p.m.
The Angels Nationals wrapped up the girls 9-10 district softball tournament crown and the state bid with an 11-1 win over Union on Friday, June 28 at the Rodman Athletic Complex.
The Angels Nationals stars earned their bid to the title game with a 12-2 win over Union on Thursday, June 27.
The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Angels National all-stars notched a 13-6 win over the Lancaster American Angels all-stars to open their district title run last week in Chester County.
The Lancaster County 7-8 Darlings American softball all-stars stayed unbeaten in district tournament play with an exciting 10-9 win over the Lancaster Nationals on Tuesday, July 2.
The Darlings American softball stars scored a run in the sixth inning to snap a 9-all tie to take the one-run win.
Lancaster American all-stars faced Dentsville at 6 p,m., while Lancaster National met Jefferson at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3 at the Rodman Complex.
In the Ponytails, ages 11-12, district softball tournament, Union wrapped up the title with an 11-1 win over the Lancaster County all-stars.
Lancaster County finished as the district runner-up.
“We’re proud of all these girls because they have represented our program real well,” said Kris Self, the LCPRC youth softball coordinator.