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Photo gallery: Penn Hills 10U softball team goes undefeated

| Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
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Coaches and players from the Penn Hills 10U fastpitch softball team pose for a photo with Penn Hills council members at council's Nov. 18, 2013, meeting.
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Emily Vrscak shakes hands with Penn Hills Councilman J-Lavon Kincaid at the Nov. 18, 2013, council meeting. Vrscak and the Penn Hills 10U fastpitch softball team finished their Eastern Suburban Fall Ball league with an undefeated record.
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Jaralyn Kincaid shakes hands with Councilman Joseph Palumbo. Nov. 18, 2013.

The Penn Hills 10U fastpitch softball team was recognized by Penn Hills council at its Nov. 18, 2013, meeting. The team, coached by Colleen and Rob Donahue, Jaimie Wade and Brian Campbell, finished with a perfect 10-0 season in the Eastern Suburban Fall Ball league.

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