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That victory comes on the heels of the team's win in the 16B Oregon state tournament.

COURTESY PHOTO - The team includes Kyla Zhang, Kaia Young, Bree Marino, Izzy Enright, Tully Jensen, Emily Kane, Maddie Douglass, Lia Komitor, Sophie Bean, Courtney Williams, Ella Privatsky, Camille Francis, and (not pictured) coaches Jaime Komitor and Jesse Enright.The Lake Oswego Renegades are leaving nothing on the table in the summer of 2021.

First, the Renegades won five straight games to claim the Oregon 16B state tournament at Beaverton's Sunset Park in mid-July. Then, they went unbeaten again — winning five more times — to win the 2021 USA Softball 16B Western National championship at U.S. Cellular Community Park in Medford at the end of July.

The team includes Kyla Zhang, Kaia Young, Bree Marino, Izzy Enright, Tully Jensen, Emily Kane, Maddie Douglass, Lia Komitor, Sophie Bean, Courtney Williams, Ella Privatsky, Camille Francis, and coaches Jaime Komitor and Jesse Enright.

At state, the Renegades bested 17 other teams to win the Oregon crown. Their wins were: 5-1 over Crater Comet Fastpitch; 11-5 over Lady Dragons Fastpitch from Dallas; 9-5 over the Salem Aftershock; 8-5 over Frost Elite from Clackamas in the semifinals; and 8-0 over the Basin Bandits from Klamath Falls in the championship game.

You can see the full tournament bracket here.

The Renegades were even more dominant in their five-game run at the Western Nationals. Their wins there were: 14-2 over the Rebels (Hurley) of Newberg; 15-1 over the Tigard Crush; 11-0 over the Basin Bandits; 9-1 over the Oregon Rebels in the semifinals; and 17-4 over the Basin Bandits in the championship.

You can see the full tournament bracket here.


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