Charleston Power goes 1-4 at East Coast Summer Nationals

The Charleston Power, a 16U travel fast-pitch softball team that includes a pair of Unity High School students, played in the Triple Crown Sports East Coast Summer Nationals last week in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The Power won their first game in pool play but lost their next four contests to finish with a 1-4 record, although three of the five games were decided by two runs or less.
Wednesday morning, the Power began play in the tournament with a 4-3 victory over CT Eliminators Gold Alexander.

Read the full story in the Aug. 3 issue of The County Star.

Categories (3):Prep Sports, Softball, Sports


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