The Saint Louis Covenant School girls’ varsity softball team (5th-8th grade), based in Pinecrest, completed an undefeated season to finish first in the All Catholic Conference. The champs are front from left, Natalia Ortiz, Jia Tabe-Santurio, Julia Perez-Abreu, Marley Nielson, Isabella Astudillo, Anastasia Gonzalez, Samantha Pro, Anabel Perez; back, Assistant Coach Nicole Nielson, Victoria Hernandez, Lexi Escandell, Kelsey Perdomo, Kaitlyn Perdomo, Lia Sarria, Adriana Perez, and Head Coach Luis Perdomo at their home field -- Field No.1 at Coral Reef Park in Palmetto Bay.
The Saint Louis Covenant School girls’ varsity softball team (5th-8th grade), based in Pinecrest, completed an undefeated season to finish first in the All Catholic Conference. The champs are front from left, Natalia Ortiz, Jia Tabe-Santurio, Julia Perez-Abreu, Marley Nielson, Isabella Astudillo, Anastasia Gonzalez, Samantha Pro, Anabel Perez; back, Assistant Coach Nicole Nielson, Victoria Hernandez, Lexi Escandell, Kelsey Perdomo, Kaitlyn Perdomo, Lia Sarria, Adriana Perez, and Head Coach Luis Perdomo at their home field -- Field No.1 at Coral Reef Park in Palmetto Bay.
The Saint Louis Covenant School girls’ varsity softball team (5th-8th grade), based in Pinecrest, completed an undefeated season to finish first in the All Catholic Conference. The champs are front from left, Natalia Ortiz, Jia Tabe-Santurio, Julia Perez-Abreu, Marley Nielson, Isabella Astudillo, Anastasia Gonzalez, Samantha Pro, Anabel Perez; back, Assistant Coach Nicole Nielson, Victoria Hernandez, Lexi Escandell, Kelsey Perdomo, Kaitlyn Perdomo, Lia Sarria, Adriana Perez, and Head Coach Luis Perdomo at their home field -- Field No.1 at Coral Reef Park in Palmetto Bay.

Stellar seasons for St. Brendan, Saint Louis Covenant softball

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