Orange Crushers are All-Stars
Pictured are: bottom row (l to r) Molly Tassin, Allison Plaisance, Danielle Duplay, Autumn Matherne, Taylor Boone, Pylar Zeringue, and Courtney Ortego.
Middle row (l to r) Alyssa Chategnier, Isabella Brocato, Kourtney Weber, Madison Cochran, Victoria Levy and Caroline Julian.
Coaches (l to r) Dan Duplay, Terry Wicksell, Nick Brocato, Keith Ortego and head coach Tommy Julia.
• June 20 in Donaldsonville achieved second in the state tournament.
•July 18 in Brusly placed third in regionals with six teams participating.
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