Updated 06/11/2012 07:47 AM
Clarence celebrates state softball title
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The Clarence softball team has a lot to be proud of after bringing home a state championship on Saturday.
Senior Tori Nappo hit a solo home run for the Red Devils, while Moriah Harris drove home the go-ahead run. Clarence captures their first ever title in softball - the first time a Section Six softball squad won a state championship since 2006.
"It's the best feeling of my entire life, it's the best day of my life," Nappo said. "This is like the hardest group of girls I've ever been with. We've been with each other since we were all in grade school and just up to this point - it's the best feeling. Everyone's so hard working we just feed off of each other, everyone's so positive."
"The feeling is great," said Clarence head coach Todd Banaszak. "The hard work that the kids put in is what's better. This was Clarence's fifth time to the state tournament and these guys were not going home without it. Obviously it's very exciting for everybody."