Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 5:29 am (Updated: March 31, 6:01 am)
Dressed in lime green jerseys last Friday evening, the Red Devil Baseball team held its annual Tiffany Poupard Memorial game.
Lime green was Poupard’s favorite color, so to honor the Red Devil baseball supporter who was killed in an automobile accident in 2009, the team once again paid their respects.
Poupard’s daughter Madelynn, threw out the first pitch in the brief ceremony before the game.
The game, against the Santa Fe Raiders, was for a tie and top seed in the district with a win out for the Red Devils.
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