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Connie Mack summer league results

Connie Mack Pahrump Trojans 16U team played the following games:

On June 10 the Pahrump Trojans 16U beat the Crusaders 5-3. On June 12 the Trojans split a doubleheader with the Grizzlies a 12-2 loss and a 11-1 win. On June 15 the Trojans lost to the Roadrunners 17-5. Then on June 17 the 16U team lost a doubleheader to Green Valley 10-4 and 15-5.

According to Connie Mack Coach Brian Hayes, the 14U lost to Green Valley 11-7 on Monday and beat Cimarron 3-2 on Wednesday. The 16U team stands at 3-10, while the 14U team is at 4-6.

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