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Twenty members from Coginchaug Little League attended a softball clinic at Middletown High School March 22. Coaches and players from the MHS softball team provided instruction to players. In addition, specialty sessions were held for more experienced players to improve in specific areas. Directors from CLL softball stated that the clinic was both fun and informative. | (Submitted)

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Twenty members from Coginchaug Little League attended a softball clinic at Middletown High School March 22. Coaches and players from the MHS softball team provided instruction to players. In addition, specialty sessions were held for more experienced players to improve in specific areas. Directors from CLL softball stated that the clinic was both fun and informative. | (Submitted)



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