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Langley girl part of state-title softball team

Alohi Elliot of Langley holds the championship plaque for the U-12 “B” softball tournament held in late June in the Tri-Cities. With her are head coach Scott Campbell and teammate Breanna Board.  - Photo courtesy of Monica Guzman
Alohi Elliot of Langley holds the championship plaque for the U-12 “B” softball tournament held in late June in the Tri-Cities. With her are head coach Scott Campbell and teammate Breanna Board.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Monica Guzman

Alohi Elliot of Langley got the winning run to make the score 10-0 against the Montesano Bulldogs, helping the Snohomish Shock U-12 softball team become Washington champions.

In late June, the Shock played six undefeated teams from across the state in the tournament held in the Tri-Cities.

Alohi, 13, started softball with South Whidbey Little League before joining the Central Whidbey All-Star team. She is now part of a select fastpitch team based in Snohomish.

Alohi again tries out for the 2014-2015 season that begins in August.

 

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