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Little Havana Legends Crowned Champions in Inaugural Shenandoah Park Women's League Final

By ISPS, 07/10/24, 10:15AM EDT


The Little Havana Legends secure victory in the first-ever Shenandoah Park Women's League, clinching the championship in a dramatic 14-13 final. Read more at

Experience the dramatic finale of the ISPS USA Slow Pitch Softball Shenandoah Park Women's League, where the Little Havana Legends clinched the championship in a nail-biting 14-13 victory over the Biscayne Barracudas.

Little Havana Legends Stay Undefeated: A Night of Intensity at Shenandoah Park

Under the lights of Shenandoah Park, a clash of titans unfolded in the ISPS USA Slow Pitch Softball City of Miami Women's League finals. The tension was palpable as the undefeated Little Havana Legends faced off against the formidable Biscayne Barracudas. With both teams boasting an impressive season, the stage was set for an unforgettable showdown.

The Legends, led by their dynamic captain Krista Montijo, had a season to remember, displaying unparalleled skill and teamwork. However, the Barracudas led by Daisy "FLOWER POWER" Escobar, known for their tenacity and strategic plays, were ready to give them a run for their money. The game began with both teams exchanging powerful hits and strategic plays, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

A Game Full of Drama and Thrills

From the first pitch, it was clear this wasn't going to be a straightforward game. The Barracudas, ranked #2, were determined to dethrone the top-seeded Legends. The early innings saw both teams scoring heavily, with the Barracudas pulling ahead slightly thanks to some exceptional batting. However, the Legends' defense tightened, preventing the Barracudas from extending their lead.Mid-game, controversy struck. A disputed call by the umpire led to heated exchanges and a temporary halt. Emotions ran high, and the competitive spirit of both teams was on full display. The break seemed to recharge the Legendss, who came back with a vengeance, and claimed back their lead to a single run.

The Climactic Finish

As the game entered its final inning, the score was 14-13. Every pitch, swing, and catch was critical. The Legends managed to hold the Barracudasand the lead.  The Legends secured the win, clinching the championship with a final score of 14-13.

Celebrating a Season of Excellence

The victory was a testament to the Legends' resilience and skill. The team celebrated on the field, medals around their necks and the championship plaque held high. It was a moment of joy and triumph, capping off an undefeated season.

ISPS Commissioner Manuel T. Ferrero III praised the teams, saying, "The level of competition and sportsmanship displayed tonight is what ISPS is all about. These athletes have shown incredible dedication and passion, and we're proud to support them."ISPS: Supporting Slow-Pitch Softball Worldwide

The International Slow Pitch Softball (ISPS) continues to provide opportunities for slow-pitch athletes to compete, improve, and enjoy the sport they love. With events like the Shenandoah Park Women's League, ISPS brings together communities and fosters a love for the game.For more exciting news, events, and opportunities in slow-pitch softball, visit


The Shenandoah Park Women's League finals will be remembered as one of the most thrilling games in recent history. The Little Havana Legends' victory not only cemented their place as champions but also highlighted the spirit and excitement of slow-pitch softball. As the season wraps up, the community looks forward to more action-packed games in the future. What was your favorite moment of the season? Share your thoughts with us at

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