It’s in the Blood

Bloodlines can mean a lot in sports. Old Forge softball coach Pat Revello knew he saw some familiar faces when he saw catcher-turned-third baseman-turned-shortstop Kierstyn Breig. “She’s a clone of her two cousins, Diana Morris and Chrissy Belko,” Revello said. “I had Morris as a four-year starter for me; they are all first cousins. “They all had speed, and they all showed that presence in the infield, and a lot of pop.” (read more)

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It’s in the Blood

Bloodlines can mean a lot in sports. Old Forge softball coach Pat Revello knew he saw some familiar faces when he saw catcher-turned-third baseman-turned-shortstop Kierstyn Breig. “She’s a clone of her two cousins, Diana Morris and Chrissy Belko,” Revello

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