By Earl Heath, Contributing Sports Writer  

It one of the few traditions that’s lasted more than a half Century. The Landau slow-pitch Softball League began its 55th year of operation at Cheviot Hills Rec Center in Los Angeles this week. 

It’s a Co-ed League that has its games on the weekend. Players can have a bar card from any state, be currently enrolled as law school students or law school graduates. 

It’s a great way to bond with those at work and become a weekend warrior. The league demands solid sportsmanship for participation. 

Stand out player of the week was Carlen Don. The elite shortstop flashed her glove making several back handed plays while ranging to her left and easily throwing runners out with her rocket arm.  

At the plate the former Montclair standout went to “Rip City’ with multiple extra base hits. Earning her MVP.