Clinton Co. pair help Bandits to national win


A pair of Clinton County softball players were members of the Beverly Bandits-DeMarini team from Ohio that won the American Softball Association 18U Gold National Championship tournament recently in Hillsboro, Ore. Jordyn Cordell, a 2015 Wilmington High School graduate, and Caitlyn Robinson, who will be a senior at Clinton-Massie High School this year, helped the Bandits to a 8-0-1 tournament record. They were 6-0 in bracket play. Each member of the Bandits team has signed or is committed to play Div. I college softball. In the photo. Cordell is No. 13 in the lower right and Robinson is No. 19 in the lower right. Cordell has signed to play softball at Div. I Loyola of Chicago while Robinson has committed to play softball at Div. I Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.

A pair of Clinton County softball players were members of the Beverly Bandits-DeMarini team from Ohio that won the American Softball Association 18U Gold National Championship tournament recently in Hillsboro, Ore. Jordyn Cordell, a 2015 Wilmington High School graduate, and Caitlyn Robinson, who will be a senior at Clinton-Massie High School this year, helped the Bandits to a 8-0-1 tournament record. They were 6-0 in bracket play. Each member of the Bandits team has signed or is committed to play Div. I college softball. In the photo. Cordell is No. 13 in the lower right and Robinson is No. 19 in the lower right. Cordell has signed to play softball at Div. I Loyola of Chicago while Robinson has committed to play softball at Div. I Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.


A pair of Clinton County softball players were members of the Beverly Bandits-DeMarini team from Ohio that won the American Softball Association 18U Gold National Championship tournament recently in Hillsboro, Ore. Jordyn Cordell, a 2015 Wilmington High School graduate, and Caitlyn Robinson, who will be a senior at Clinton-Massie High School this year, helped the Bandits to a 8-0-1 tournament record. They were 6-0 in bracket play. Each member of the Bandits team has signed or is committed to play Div. I college softball. In the photo. Cordell is No. 13 in the lower right and Robinson is No. 19 in the lower right. Cordell has signed to play softball at Div. I Loyola of Chicago while Robinson has committed to play softball at Div. I Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.

A pair of Clinton County softball players were members of the Beverly Bandits-DeMarini team from Ohio that won the American Softball Association 18U Gold National Championship tournament recently in Hillsboro, Ore. Jordyn Cordell, a 2015 Wilmington High School graduate, and Caitlyn Robinson, who will be a senior at Clinton-Massie High School this year, helped the Bandits to a 8-0-1 tournament record. They were 6-0 in bracket play. Each member of the Bandits team has signed or is committed to play Div. I college softball. In the photo. Cordell is No. 13 in the lower right and Robinson is No. 19 in the lower right. Cordell has signed to play softball at Div. I Loyola of Chicago while Robinson has committed to play softball at Div. I Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/08/web1_cordell.robinson.jpgA pair of Clinton County softball players were members of the Beverly Bandits-DeMarini team from Ohio that won the American Softball Association 18U Gold National Championship tournament recently in Hillsboro, Ore. Jordyn Cordell, a 2015 Wilmington High School graduate, and Caitlyn Robinson, who will be a senior at Clinton-Massie High School this year, helped the Bandits to a 8-0-1 tournament record. They were 6-0 in bracket play. Each member of the Bandits team has signed or is committed to play Div. I college softball. In the photo. Cordell is No. 13 in the lower right and Robinson is No. 19 in the lower right. Cordell has signed to play softball at Div. I Loyola of Chicago while Robinson has committed to play softball at Div. I Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.