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Berkshire Force Lightning working to prepare on and off field for Babe Ruth Softball World Series in Florida

Berkshire Force Lightning with trophy

The Berkshire Force Lightning with their championship trophy. From front row left to right: (2) Mollie Crawford, (9) Lilly Macdonald, (7) Kaliegh Jaros, (8) Jianna Kruger. Back row left to right: Coach Nate Keay, Head Coach Brian Macdonald, (5) Kylie Duhamel, (45) Isebella Williams, (10) Amaya Alger, (17) Mollie Isham Morton (00) Harper Keay, (18) Alliah DiPietro, Coach Maryrose Williams, Coach Keith Jaros.

The Berkshire Force Lightning, perhaps better known as the Berkshire Force, are headed to Florida, hopefully. The U12 softball team earned a spot to compete at the Babe Ruth World Series hosted in Treasure Coast, Fla., after winning a qualifying tournament in New Hampshire.

“We had a long day, long weekend, there was a lot of good stuff going on, our girls just fought all weekend long,” said Berkshire head coach Brian MacDonald.


Jesse Kolodkin can be reached at jkolodkin@berkshireeagle.com or on Twitter @JesseKolodkin.

Sports Reporter

Jesse Kolodkin is a Berkshire Eagle sports reporter. He worked in the same position at The Bradford Era in western Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a degree in broadcast journalism. He is an avid New York Giants fan.

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