Tehmeena Afzal leaned on the chain-linked fence in front of the Van Buren dugout, tears welling in her eyes.
The VeeBees senior hurler, who had been one of the most dominant pitchers in recent years, had just thrown her third wild pitch of the PSAL championship game, allowing Cari Porto to score the lone run in the bottom of the eighth inning as Port Richmond celebrated its fifth city title in eight years at the ASA Complex on Staten Island.
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