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Front row, from left: Kacey Orlowski (Riverside), Kaylee DeMatteo (Abington Heights), Marina Pegula (Dunmore), Mackenzie Duffy (Lackawanna Trail) and Katie Walsh (Lakeland).Second row: Coach Marcy Duffy, Grace Perechinsky (West Scranton), Lauren Goetz (Wallenpaupack), Ally Borgia (Dunmore), Maria Knutelski (Lakeland), Abby Anderson (Holy Cross), Coach John DeMatteo.Third row: Coach Bob Orlowski and Coach John AndersonMissing from photo: Gina Tallo (Dunmore), Coach Steve Borgia and Coach Dean Tallo
Front row, from left: Kacey Orlowski (Riverside), Kaylee DeMatteo (Abington Heights), Marina Pegula (Dunmore), Mackenzie Duffy (Lackawanna Trail) and Katie Walsh (Lakeland).Second row: Coach Marcy Duffy, Grace Perechinsky (West Scranton), Lauren Goetz (Wallenpaupack), Ally Borgia (Dunmore), Maria Knutelski (Lakeland), Abby Anderson (Holy Cross), Coach John DeMatteo.Third row: Coach Bob Orlowski and Coach John AndersonMissing from photo: Gina Tallo (Dunmore), Coach Steve Borgia and Coach Dean Tallo
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The 14u Impact Panthers girls softball team based out of Lackawanna County recently competed and won the ASA 14u State Championship held at State College.


The girls went 7-0 on the weekend and beat the Mifflin County High Intensity, from Lancaster, 5-4 in 9 innings to take the championship.


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