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The 47-year-old Half Moon Bay Girls Softball League began ply on Saturday with two games at Half Moon Bay High School. Kyle Ludowitz / Review

The Half Moon Bay Girls Softball League held its 47th opening day ceremonies on Saturday at Half Moon Bay High School.

Colts player Indie Glafkides got the honor of holding the flag during the salute. Founder Naomi Patridge stressed the importance of parent volunteers, and former City Councilwoman Marina Fraser threw out the first pitch. 


Colts 1

Livewires 0

Indie Glafkides held the Livewires scoreless in the opener. Ally Vargas was equally good for the losing team, striking out 12 in five innings of work.

Vargas also had a hit. Kylie King had two hits in the game.


Kittens 4

Coasters 2

Moriah Deeney was the difference, pitching for three innings and recording two hits and an RBI.

Ruby Hourani also had two hits and came in to pitch in relief, striking out four. Stella Machado had a hit and an RBI and Brooke Bingham had a hit, her first ever.

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