The Lake Cumberland Cruisers Softball Organization debuted a brand-new team, the 6U Cruisers, on Saturday, June 19, 2021, during a local Showtime Tournament held at the Lake Cumberland Cal Ripken Ball Park. This is the first year for a six and under softball travel team for the Lady Cruisers, and they came out ready to play. The Cruisers played three games against the Lexington BFG All-Stars in the tournament and needed to win two out of the three games to take home first place. What began out as a rough start for the Cruisers ended on a high note when they tied their first game against the All-Stars, 11-11, after overcoming a deficit of 1 – 9 in the first two innings of the game. The Cruisers made sure they didn’t get behind in their next two games and held the All-Stars for the rest of the day. The Cruisers won 9-3 in their second game and 12-5 in their third game to secure the championship spot and brought home their first championship rings courtesy of the Showtime tournament.
This Week's Circulars
Mr. Junior Earl Guffey, age 86, of Monticello, died Wednesday, Funeral Saturday 2:00 at New's Monticello Funeral Home, Visit Saturday 11 till 2 at the Funeral Home. ONLINE CONDOLENCES AT www.news-monticello.com.
Mrs. Carolyn Ann (Allen) Godsey, age 72, of Monticello, died Wednesday, Funeral Sunday 2:00 at New's Monticello Funeral Home, Visit Saturday after 5 p.m. at the Funeral Home. ONLINE CONDOLENCES AT www.news-monticello.com.
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