Palm Springs First Responders Face Off in Lesley Zerebny Memorial Softball Video Game
Palm Springs Cops and Fire Departments face-off at the Lesley Zerebny Memorial Softball Game, honoring the fallen hero eliminated in the line of responsibility. Officer Zerebny’s husband, Zack, and daughter, Cora, tossed the very first pitch.
“She played on this group the last 2 years; this would have been her 3rd year,” stated Chris Jaeger, a Palm Springs Policeman. Officers play to raise cash for the Fallen Officers Fund and to keep Lesley’s memory alive. “I remember Lesley, betting Lesley, the honey badger. We put that on our sleeve due to the fact that she was called the honey badger. She was a sweet, sweet girl however you do not want to cross her,” stated Mike Smith, a Palm Springs Firemen. “I imply that’s what Lesley gave whatever, this favorable energy, this real go-getter mindset. When someone was snapping since we would errors, she would just say continue going,” stated Jaeger.Bonded by their
dedication to secure Palm Springs -a friendly competition at the heart of the battle of the badges. authorities, fire we interact a lot. “We see each other a lot on an everyday basis. There’s comradery at the very same time we’re all extremely competitive. Whoever desires to come out here and lose,” said Jaeger.”I’m seeing the comradery of the groups and the comradery between the 2 departments,” stated Palm Springs Mayor, Robert Moon.
“Anytime we can raise cash for the memorial foundation and bring people out, that’s a win,” said Jaeger.
Palm Springs Authorities Department rallied for seven runs in the bottom of 9th inning to win the very first annual Lesley Zerebeny Memorial Softball Video Game, 32-31.