Fillies draw league’s toughest teams in softball openers


Bridgeport’s Anabella Valdovinos beats the throw to Liberty Bell’s third baseman during the fillies’ opening season loss to the Mountain Lions at Brewster last March 18.

Bridgeport left fielder, Elia Asilo fields a Raiders’ hit during last Saturday’s home doubleheader against Lake Roosevelt.

The Fillies’ Michell Parbol (22) safely steals second base against Liberty Bell.
BRIDGEPORT – The Fillies varsity softball team drew the tough hand of facing two of the North Central Washington 2B League’s best teams in Liberty Bell and Lake Roosevelt in its season openers earlier this month. And the Bridgeport girls would have faced a third, Brewster, had not a cancelation pushed that game back.

BRIDGEPORT – The Fillies varsity softball team drew the tough hand of facing two of the North Central Washington 2B League’s best teams in Liberty Bell and Lake Roosevelt in its season openers earlier this month. And the Bridgeport girls would have faced a third, Brewster, had not a cancelation pushed that game back.
As it was, the Fillies took a 23-1 loss against the Mountain Lions playing on Brewster’s diamond, March 18, and dropped both ends of a doubleheader to the Raiders, 20-0 and 21-1, at home last Saturday, March 25.
Aside from six returning veterans, the Fillies are heavy with young players this season with seven freshmen and eight eighth graders to fill out team positions.
Bridgeport was scheduled to play the Lady Bears at Brewster on Tuesday, March 28, and will travel to Soap Lake for a doubleheader against the Eagles on Saturday, April 1.

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