Sports

June 22, 2012

SFS defeats CMS 13-6

Airman 1st Class David Owsianka

Steve Martin, 56th Component Maintenance Squadron, swings the bat and makes it to first base safely.

Dustin Barnes, 56th Security Forces Squadron, rounds third base during the second inning.

Christopher White, 56th Security Forces Squadron, makes the catch, but Marty Wygant, 56th Component Maintenance Squadron, crosses first base and is safe during the intramural softball game June 12 at the Luke Air Force Base Fitness Center softball field.




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