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By Roger Harnack
The Record-Times 

Reardan's season ends in the rain

Girls keep warm during extended storm delay


Last updated 5/26/2022 at 11:49am

Photos by Roger Harnack | The Record-Times

Reardan catcher Jazmine Handley catches the ball at home plate and readies to tag a baserunner.

SPOKANE – Heavy rainfall, thunder and an overwhelming opponent didn't prevent the Reardan girls fastpitch softball team from having a little fun Saturday, May 21, in Franklin Park.

Rather, the girls took to a muddy softball diamond to sing, dance and even "do the worm" during an extended rain delay in the 2B District 7 softball tournament.

Reardan girls even convinced players from the opposing team – Northwest Christian (Colbert) – and Jenkins (Chewelah) to join in the fun while music boomed from the dugouts.

Northwest Christian got on the board with one run in the bottom of the first...

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