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With one inning left, chants of “11 and O! 11 and O!” could be heard throughout Riverfront Park.

Sedona Wildcats Little League players pose for a team photo after winning  their final game 17-2 over the Florida Gators of The Verde Valley League (above). The team, from bottom left is Christina Schweiss, second row from left are Soraya Mouassaghi, Kamila Doran and Tessa Brunner, third row from left are Megan Montgomery, Drew Magoire, Avery Stewart, Emily Amadai, Carolina Lopez, Jasmine Vargas and Hailey Monge and back from left is Assistant Coach Mark Stewart, Natalie Monge and Head Coach Jesse Monge.One out was all that stood between the Sedona Wildcats and a perfect season record. With an opponent in scoring position, a grounder was hit to Carolina Lopez who scooped it up at first base for the final out and the Sedona Wildcats became the newest team to go 11-0.

pitcher Natalie Monge of the Sedona Wildcats Little League  softball team, winds up to deliver a fastball during her team’s  17-2 win over the Florida Gators on Tuesday, June 4, at Ryan Spude Memorial Field at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood.“It feels great,” Wildcats Head Coach Jesse Monge said after the game. “It’s been a long time since Sedona has accomplished such a successful season. The girls worked hard and it paid off. We just took it one game at a time.”

The Wildcats ended the season with a dominating 17-2 victory over the Florida Gators of the Verde Valley Little League on Tuesday, June 4.

The Gators had just an eight-girl team, and despite the final score, the Gators put up a decent fight with sparks of good play. The more experienced Wildcats, however, kept them scoreless for three of the four innings.

Angelina Cox started in the pitching circle for the Gators and it took her a while to level out her pitching. After five straight walks, Avery Stewart, Megan Montgomery, Natalie Monge and Jasmine Vargas scored runs on wild pitches, including an unearned home run by Christina Schweiss. The five runs ended the top of the inning due to the maximum five-runs per inning rule of Little League.

For the full story, please see the Friday, June 7, issue of the Sedona Red Rock News.






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