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Girls softball looks to improve from last season

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Girls varsity softball wins 7 out of 9 games in the 2016 season

Girls varsity softball wins 7 out of 9 games in the 2016 season

Girls varsity softball wins 7 out of 9 games in the 2016 season

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After finishing last season with a 7-9 record, girls softball is looking to improve in the 2017 season.

Four year varsity player and senior, Megan Walker, is eager for the upcoming season.

“I expect us to do better than last year and for the team dynamic to be better,” Walker said.

Head Coach Scott DeNoyer brought freshmen Kathryn Flowers and Landee Wasson up to varsity. Walker has high expectations for the freshmen.

“I expect a lot more this year than last year because we have two freshmen coming up,” Walker said, “I think they will really help us in the long run.”

Girls softball’s first game is Aug. 23 at 4:15 at Fort Zumwalt South.

 

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Kayla Carpenter is a sophomore, and this is her first year on staff. She is on the girls varsity basketball team, runs cross country and is a member of Key Club.  She enjoys to read and spend time with friends and family.  After high school, she plans to study pre-med and go to medical school....
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