KC Dirt Devils compete in “Pitch for the Cure” tournament in Arkansas

The KC Dirt Devils, a fast-pitch softball organization based out of Raymore, competed in the ‘Pitch for the Cure’ tournament in Arkansas this past weekend, June 6-8. The Dirt Devils 12u and 14u teams played three games into the bracket play, but did not place in the tournament.

“It was a great showing by both teams though, and they displayed all of the hard work and effort the players, coaches, and organization commits into this sport and the community,” KC Dirt Devils photographer and secretary Jason Kim said.

The Dirt Devils, founded in 2011 by Stephanie Kim, competes in several different tournaments around the metro area and surrounding states. The Dirt Devils organization fields five teams this year: 8u, 10u, 11u, 12u, and 14u. Each team competes in different tournaments and all have separate coaches.

The Raymore Journal readers can expect to see continued coverage of KC Dirt Devils this summer both online and in our weekly paper.


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