USSSA European Jr. Pride Undefeated in Paris

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The European Jr. Pride were undefeated and were titled Tournament Champions.

Kissimmee, FL-Following the Tompoezen Tournament in the

Netherlands, the USSSA European Jr. Pride battled it out in the Second Annual Young Tournament.

This time they competed in Paris, France on October 17th & 18th and placed first in the Tournament Championship in Paris going undefeated (3-0).

They won game one against Savigny sur Orge 16-1, game two against Rhones Alpes Saint Lo, France 13-8 and game three versus the Gophers of Maasluise, Netherlands.

The championship game was settled with a final score of 12-7.

For more information on the European Jr. Pride follow the team on Facebook.

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