First two girls beginning the send off Thursday, May 25 from Kentwood to Richland for the Class 4A state tournament. Ben Ray

First two girls beginning the send off Thursday, May 25 from Kentwood to Richland for the Class 4A state tournament. Ben Ray

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Kentwood High softball sent off to state tournament

On Thursday morning, May 25, the Kentwood High School softball team was paraded onto the bus for its trip to Richland from Covington.

In the opening round of the Class 4A state tournament, the Conquerors take on Emerald Ridge at 9 a.m. Friday May 26.


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Team photo before boarding. Ben Ray/ The Reporter

Team photo before boarding. Ben Ray/ The Reporter

Coaches smiling and cheering their girls on the bus. Ben Ray / The Reporter

Coaches smiling and cheering their girls on the bus. Ben Ray / The Reporter

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