Mannon leads Hawks to title


Ohio Hawks ’05 Gold won the 2018 Dayton Metro championship last weekend. The Hawks won four games on Sunday to win the title, outscoring their opponents 32-13. Brooke Mannon, of West Jefferson, was the winning pitcher in the championship game, pitching all seven innings and only giving up one earned run. The members of the team are front row from left: Yvonne Wang, Avery Henry, Isabella Jauregui, Elena Pauli and Camryn Harbold; second row: Brooks Myers, Tareyn Born, Jada Davis, Kaylee French and Brooke Mannon (West Jeff); third row: coach Tony Myers, coach Tom Harbold and coach Jon Henry.

Ohio Hawks ’05 Gold won the 2018 Dayton Metro championship last weekend. The Hawks won four games on Sunday to win the title, outscoring their opponents 32-13. Brooke Mannon, of West Jefferson, was the winning pitcher in the championship game, pitching all seven innings and only giving up one earned run. The members of the team are front row from left: Yvonne Wang, Avery Henry, Isabella Jauregui, Elena Pauli and Camryn Harbold; second row: Brooks Myers, Tareyn Born, Jada Davis, Kaylee French and Brooke Mannon (West Jeff); third row: coach Tony Myers, coach Tom Harbold and coach Jon Henry.


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Ohio Hawks ’05 Gold won the 2018 Dayton Metro championship last weekend. The Hawks won four games on Sunday to win the title, outscoring their opponents 32-13. Brooke Mannon, of West Jefferson, was the winning pitcher in the championship game, pitching all seven innings and only giving up one earned run. The members of the team are front row from left: Yvonne Wang, Avery Henry, Isabella Jauregui, Elena Pauli and Camryn Harbold; second row: Brooks Myers, Tareyn Born, Jada Davis, Kaylee French and Brooke Mannon (West Jeff); third row: coach Tony Myers, coach Tom Harbold and coach Jon Henry.

Ohio Hawks ’05 Gold won the 2018 Dayton Metro championship last weekend. The Hawks won four games on Sunday to win the title, outscoring their opponents 32-13. Brooke Mannon, of West Jefferson, was the winning pitcher in the championship game, pitching all seven innings and only giving up one earned run. The members of the team are front row from left: Yvonne Wang, Avery Henry, Isabella Jauregui, Elena Pauli and Camryn Harbold; second row: Brooks Myers, Tareyn Born, Jada Davis, Kaylee French and Brooke Mannon (West Jeff); third row: coach Tony Myers, coach Tom Harbold and coach Jon Henry.
https://www.madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2018/05/web1_image001.jpgOhio Hawks ’05 Gold won the 2018 Dayton Metro championship last weekend. The Hawks won four games on Sunday to win the title, outscoring their opponents 32-13. Brooke Mannon, of West Jefferson, was the winning pitcher in the championship game, pitching all seven innings and only giving up one earned run. The members of the team are front row from left: Yvonne Wang, Avery Henry, Isabella Jauregui, Elena Pauli and Camryn Harbold; second row: Brooks Myers, Tareyn Born, Jada Davis, Kaylee French and Brooke Mannon (West Jeff); third row: coach Tony Myers, coach Tom Harbold and coach Jon Henry. Contributed photo

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