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Part three: Setting Your Goals vs. Living Others’ Expectations

Lauren "LoLo" Narvaez, class of 2021, Warren High School

Successful people are almost always goal setters.  Setting goals gives an individual a sense of purpose and direction at the same time.  A relentless will, keeps her focused on that purpose.  Her purpose.

A softball player must know how to distinguish between appropriate goals and inappropriate goals.  Furthermore, she should know that what others expect of her has no place on her list of goals.

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Ohana Tigers Quarles Urbina 06 Earns PGF Berth at the So Cal Qualifier

Congrats to our lil sisters of the Ohana Tigers Quarles Urbina 06 team for earning a berth at arguably one of the tougher 12U qualifiers in the country. Their 4-2 weekend ensured them one of the 6 berths given this past weekend. We look forward to watching this team's push through the Summer. The sky is the limit for this talented bunch!

In other news, the Torrance National Tournament happened this weekend with a ton of Ohana athletes participating at this event representing their high school teams. Freshman Avery Weisbrook and sophomore Sam Kwiatkowski (Ohana Tigers Quarles 16U), both starters for South Torrance HS helped get their team to this year's Championship game. Great job girls! 



Erin Brown, RHP, Ohana Tigers Gold

Position: Right-handed Pitcher
High School: La Reina HS, Thousand Oaks, CA
Grade: Senior, Class of 2019
Years in Ohana: 4 years
Committed to: St. John's University
Read more about Erin on our player spotlight page.