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Quicksilver takes second in 12-and-under division
Fast-pitch Softball
spt CP Quicksviler 12U
The Quicksilver 12-and-under softball team placed second at the ASA VIP Series Great Bend Tournament on Saturday. Front row, from left, Aleah Urban, Jaelynn Adams, Sydney Unruh and Kaylee Unruh. Middle row, Shanaeia Mehlhaff, Damaris Meeks and Mckayla Williams. Back row, Quicksilver coach Curt Mauler, Hannah Black, Jenna Mauler, Jadon Ward, Logan Welcher and Quicksilver coach John Williams. Not pictured, Ryen Wilkens, Abbie Moyers and Quicksilver coach Randy Moyers. - photo by COURTESY PHOTO

The 12-and-under Quicksilver softball team finished second at the Amateur Softball Association’s VIP Series Great Bend Tournament on Saturday at the Great Bend Sports Complex.
Quicksilver fell 7-2 against the Hays Heat in a championship game.
Quicksilver started in Pool “E” with the Larned Renegades, MudKatz and Hays Heat.
The 12-and-under team based in Great Bend started with a 7-6 loss against the Larned Renegades.
They fell to the Hays Heat 7-2 and MudKatz 5-1.
Hays Heat was the top seed out of the pool at 3-0. MudKatz was second at 2-1, Larned Renegades were third at 1-2 and Quicksilver was the fourth seed with a record of 0-3.
Quicksilver turned their fortunes around in bracket play.
They beat the Clay Center Bs 4-1 in a quarterfinal game, and topped the MudKatz 10-2 in a semifinal game setting up a rematch against the Hays Heat.