14U All-Stars finish second in state tourney

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Team members are: Kneeling (L-R) Tabitha Tabb, Taylor Boone, Rylee Gautreaux, Abby Christen and Anna Faucheux. Standing (L-R) Jazmine Young, Kaela Schiro, Lorissa Sells, Caitlyn Cancienne, Bailey Abadie, McKenzie Erwin and Alyssa Chategnier. Coaches are: (L-R) Corey Faucheux, Kristen Faucheux and Larry Boone.
Team members are: Kneeling (L-R) Tabitha Tabb, Taylor Boone, Rylee Gautreaux, Abby Christen and Anna Faucheux. Standing (L-R) Jazmine Young, Kaela Schiro, Lorissa Sells, Caitlyn Cancienne, Bailey Abadie, McKenzie Erwin and Alyssa Chategnier. Coaches are: (L-R) Corey Faucheux, Kristen Faucheux and Larry Boone.
The St. Charles Parish 14U All-Stars won second place at the state tournament.

   




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