18U Crofton Softball Team
Louise Harlan, new Director of Cottonwood Villa in Crofton
Tatum Olson
Jimmy Allen
Crofton first baseman, Nolan Babcock, holds a Ponca runner on base during last  week’s away Juniors win, 3-1, in Ponca. Babcock also had two hits on the night.
Crofton Legion Seniors started Roy Knapp on the mound this past Monday night at home against Hartington. Crofton took  the dramatic win, 9-6.  Ethan Tramp got a key hit for the Crofton Seniors in the see-saw battle that ended
The Model T (above); and (below) some display materials telling the history of the  car.
Jared Wiebelhaus slapped an RBI single to drive Justin Potts home in the middle innings of the Jays game against Tabor this past Sunday night in Crofton.
The Congregational  Church today.
The Honor Guard/Rifle Corps gave the gun salute and the playing of “Taps” for fallen soldiers. Legion Members included, front row (l to r): Edwin Kleinschmit, Earl Johnson, Dave Donner, Dennis Johnson, Jim Wortmann, Nick Folkers, Robert Suing, Dave Ausdemore, Bob Haberer, and Neal Neuhalfen; and back row (l to r): Dan Guenther, Phillip Luebbers, Franny Guenther, John Merkel, Jim Hames, Bill Cobler, Bob Donner, Glenn Loeker, and Shane Wieseler.
Zac Tramp waits for his pitch in a Crofton Legion Juniors game at home against Wakefield last Wednesday, May 25. Crofton lost the close matchup, 3-1.
Grant Schieffer pitched for a time on the mound for Crofton Ponies to his brother  Layne, who was catching Monday night in the Ponies game against Hartington 1.
The dust flies from the catcher’s mitt as James Kaiser takes a ball at bat during last Thursday night’s home game against  the Tappers.
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