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City League softball all-stars

Posted by Justin Rice  May 15, 2013 04:06 PM

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The following are the Boston City League softball all-stars:

Latin Academy
Colby Cahill
Sydney McGrath
Aurora O'Brien


Christy Cruz
Crystal Figueroa

Boston International

Mariliz Mendez
Johenny DeJesus
Jarolin Espinal
Olecia Dos Reis


Brenda Calderon
Whanellely Guerrero
Renee Pierre

Chanyce Jeannite
Jeannette Sepulveda
Brittany St. Cyr

East Boston

Vanessa Bernabie
Hannah Lunetta
Stephanie Rizzo

Laura Escolero
Shamaine Darden

Madison Park

Katiria Anduja
Samantha Brunet
Krystal Edwards

New Mission
Alison Davey
Nicole Sandell
Virvioly Valdez


Netta Harris
Kristen O'Brien
Naya Shedd

South Boston
Sydney Cunningham
Crystalyn Mitchell Hayne
Elaina Wright McCarthy


Flormarina Arias
Stephanie Morales
Cheyenne Sulfaro

West Roxbury

Katherine Chavez
Mackala McPherson
Marissa Serrette

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