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Panama softball player has busy month of July; Eaves plays in national tournaments in Denver, New York City

August 6, 2011

A BUSY JULY — Panama's Taylor Eaves, shown here delivering a pitch during Thursday morning's game against Beggs in the Panama Preseason Softball Festival, had a busy month of July. She played with the Oklahoma team in the Sparkler Tournament in Denver, then went to New York City to play with the Triple Crown USA Softball Team. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

PANAMA — While a lot of high schoolers were enjoying a relaxing, albeit hot, July on their summer break, Panama Lady Razorback softball player Taylor Eaves did anything but relax. The Lady ’Back junior played in two national tournaments — one in Denver and one in New York City.
The Sparkler Tournament was first up in Denver.
And there wasn't much rest for Eaves before her New York adventure.
“I went to Colorado for a week,” the Panama Lady ’Back softballer said. “Then, I came home for five days, then went to New York.”
Then, Eaves participated with the Triple Crown USA Softball Team in a national tournament, which took place at New York City's Central Park.

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