Anistyn Dauk hit by pitch

With a 4-3 win and a 10-8 loss in a double header against visiting Medford, the Clipper 12U girls ended their season on July 11.

Natalie Flowers earned the win in the first game. Going into the circle for the final inning, Addison Sandhurst got the save but took the loss in game two.

Emily Baker and Morgan Casto had hits in game one. Harley Samuelson, Sandhurst, Flowers and Baker had singles in game two while Hadley Thompson hit a double.

Above: Anistyn Dauk got hit twice in the first game, both in the same spot on her leg.

Natalie Flowers started in the circle in game one against Medford.

Addison Sandhurst on the scoop at third.

Gretchen Heldberg swings at a belt-high pitch.

Shortstop Makenzie Kortuem catches the ball at second during a steal.

Addison Sandhurst releases a pitch.

Lilly McMillen came in from the outfield to make this throw.

Hadley Thompson sets up for a throw home from third.

Jocelyn Clark funnels in a grounder.

The U12 Clippers included, from L-R, front row: Addison Sandhurst, Anistyn Dauk, Makenzie Kortuem, Jocelyn Clark and Lily McMillen. Back row: Coach Eric Sandhurst, Morgan Casto Natalie Flowers, Gretchen Heldberg, Emily Baker, Hadley Thompson, Harley Samuelson and coach April Thompson. Missing is Kylie Wobbrock.

In the front row, second from right, Kylie Wobbrock was in uniform when the Clippers were at home five days earlier.