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Patterson 10U All-Star softball team advances to Babe Ruth Southwest Regional Final

Patterson 10U All-Stars' Emily Lipari slides into second base during today's Babe Ruth Southwest Regional semifinal contest against the Harrison, Arkansas, Diamond Divas in Harrison, Arkansas. Patterson, Louisiana's 10U Babe Ruth state champion, defeated the Diamond Divas, Arkansas' northern 10U Babe Ruth state champion, 8-6, in eight innings. Patterson now advances to the Southwest Regionals final set for 11 a.m. Saturday against the winner that emerges from loser's bracket play earlier in the day. With a win, Patterson will advance to the Babe Ruth 10U Softball World Series in Jensen Beach, Florida. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kimberly DeHart)

The Patterson 10U Babe Ruth Softball All-Stars are one win away from advancing to the Babe Ruth 10U World Series after knocking off the Harrison, Arkansas, Diamond Divas, 8-6, in eight innings toda

Patterson State Bank makes donation to All-Star team

Patterson 10U All-Stars assistant softball coach Scott Domingue accepts a donation from Patterson State Bank being presented by Chief Financial Officer Jason Watson. The girls are the first Babe Ruth fast pitch softball state champs of any age group from Patterson. They were on their way to compete against other teams at the Babe Ruth Southwest Regional tournament in
Harrison, Arkansas, which began Tuesday and concludes Sunday. Donations from organizations throughout the community have helped with out-of-pocket costs per girl. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Patterson State Bank)

Marinos to play college softball together

Sisters Mallery Marino, left, and Macey Marino, Morgan City natives, will be reunited on the softball diamond in college next season. Mallery Marino, a 2016 graduate of Travis High School in Richmond, Texas, signed a full scholarship to Ranger College in Ranger, Texas, where she will join Macey Marino, who played
for Ranger College on a full scholarship last year. Macey Marino is a 2015 Travis High graduate. The Marinos attended Immanuel Christian School in Morgan City until they moved to Texas in 2005. The duo played together for 14 years on the same team until last year. Macey Marino plays catcher on the collegiate
level, and Mallery Marino will play shortstop. The Marino sisters are the daughters of Ben and Savery Marino and the granddaughters of Benny and Gloria Marino of Morgan City and Wayne and Susan Cantrell of Patterson. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Benny Marino)

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