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Team Raye wins Hadley Memorial Softball Tournament

Proceeds from the tournament support Superior Youth Organization baseball and softball, pancreatic cancer research and the John S. Hadley IV Memorial Scholarship.

Team Raye, winners of the 5th Annual John S Hadley IV Memorial Softball Tournament
Team Raye, winners of the 5th Annual John S Hadley IV Memorial Softball Tournament, held Saturday, Aug. 6, 2022. The team includes, in the front row from left, Niya Wilson, Alayna DeGraef, Emma Raye, Natalee Sigfrieds and Tucker Johnson; and in the back row from left, Patrick Raye, Ethan Raye, Jake Edwards, Kadence Tinsley, Jacob Mraz and Johnny Rhodes.
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SUPERIOR — Team Raye took home the championship of the 5th Annual John S Hadley IV Memorial Softball Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 6, at the Hayes Court fields.

Team Raye defeated Team Hansen in the championship game 5-4. Proceeds from the tournament support Superior Youth Organization baseball and softball, pancreatic cancer research and the John S. Hadley IV Memorial Scholarship given out annually at Superior High School.

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