LHS' McCool Helps Area Softball Team To World Series Championship

The tournament took place the first week of July in Viera, Florida.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – A Lawrenceburg High School softball standout is a World Series champion.

The Northern Kentucky Bandits premier softball team won the USSSA Spacecoast World Series in Viera, Florida during the first week of July.

The 14U team went 2-1 in pool play before winning four-consecutive tournament games to take home the championship.

Tigers sophomore Nicole McCool served as a utility player and catcher for the Bandits.

The Bandits also included other tri-state area players: Amber Chaney, Dylan Scott, Aubrey Dance, Sidney Herbst, Teagan Turpin, Ava Meyer, Anna Greenwell, Emma Kent, Morgan Whitaker and Sam Boothby.

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