TRI-CITY AREA — Foster Oilers 16U softball team, which counts Imlay City’s Chloe Bruman and Lexa Forti along with Almont’s Lydia LaCavera among their ranks, reached the quarterfinal round of the Chaos College Summer Classic Tournament which ran last Thursday through Sunday.
A total of 39 teams competed in the event.
Foster Oilers began their successful tournament path Thursday with a 12-0 win at the expense of Hang Tuf 15U.
Friday would see the team split a pair of games. It was there they picked up an 11-0 victory over Fenton Fastpitch 16U and drop a 9-8 verdict to Fort Wayne Force 16U.
Foster Oilers 16U softball team followed that up Saturday with a 10-5 loss to Windmill Blue 16U and a register a 6-5 triumph over Interlakes Pride 16U.
That left them holding a 3-2 marking entering Sunday’s play.
It was there Foster Oilers 16U softball team notched a 12-0 win over Hang Tuf 16U; and claim an 11-2 victory against Intruders 16U.
Those outcomes landed them a quarterfinal appearance where Fusion 15U provided their opposition.
When the final scores were tallied, Fusion 15U advanced with a 6-5 triumph.
Arianna Hagen (Port Huron), Morgan Greenwald (Rochester Hills), Cameron McDonald (Chesterfield), Tori Nugent (Grosse Pointe), Cami Trendy (Port Huron), Tabitha Furlin (St. Clair) and Jordyn Fiedler (Port Huron) joined Bruman, Forti and LaCavera on the roster of the Foster Oilers 16U softball team.
Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.