Softball Starts Off the Season Looking to Improve

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Softball Starts Off the Season Looking to Improve

On Sept. 5, senior Brianna Azevedo scores the first run of the varsity softball game against FHHS. At the end of the game, seven more runs were hit by her teammates after her. They lost with a score of 8-13.

On Sept. 5, senior Brianna Azevedo scores the first run of the varsity softball game against FHHS. At the end of the game, seven more runs were hit by her teammates after her. They lost with a score of 8-13.

Credit to Kamryn Bell

On Sept. 5, senior Brianna Azevedo scores the first run of the varsity softball game against FHHS. At the end of the game, seven more runs were hit by her teammates after her. They lost with a score of 8-13.

Credit to Kamryn Bell

Credit to Kamryn Bell

On Sept. 5, senior Brianna Azevedo scores the first run of the varsity softball game against FHHS. At the end of the game, seven more runs were hit by her teammates after her. They lost with a score of 8-13.

By Adelaide Hill

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This year’s softball season started in July and is working to improve since this past year, which ended with a record of 15-8.

“I think honestly so far this year we are playing good, but not to our full potential yet,” junior Lily St. John said. “I’m sure that if we all got our heads on straight we could be even better in future games.”

Their solid batting and great play are big reasons for the season’s starting wins, according to head coach Mike Freedline. Although the team has been doing well so far, Freedline says the team might struggle with consistency during games. Later in the season, this has been proven correct.

Some outstanding players Freedline mentioned were Julia Hanan with a batting average of .439, Cheyenne Bivins with an average of .270, Elizabeth Davis with an average of .333, Janae Watkins with an average of .529, Skylar Ruiz with an average of .392 and Sahaura Pauley with an average of .400.

“We have a great team and a great shot to win a lot of games this year,” Freedline said.

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