Earlier in June, a high school softball catcher in Texas made headlines when she elbowed two opposing players as they ran to home plate. Now, she’s getting some unwarranted abuse. Needville High School’s catcher was disciplined for her vicious actions — which school superintendent Curt Rhodes told KHOU.com were “isolated incidents” that were “truly out of character”...
A high school softball player from Texas is going viral for the dirty moves she committed during a state championship game last weekend. Hargrave (Huffman, Texas) High School’s softball team defeated Needville 6-4 in the state 4A championship game on Saturday. Needville junior catcher Megan Crosby was in a foul mood when Hargrave started scoring...Read More
In case you thought that a pitcher couldn’t lose while tossing a perfect game, we’re here to tell you that that is not the case. We have what happened to a high school softball pitcher Saturday as evidence to the contrary. Rachel Garcia, a senior pitcher from Highland High School (Palmdale, Calif.) and UCLA commit,...Read More
This, kids, is why you always have your eye on the hitter while doing your thing in the on-deck circle.…
Florida Southern College senior Chelsea Oglevie pitched her final collegiate game in a 4-2 loss to Eckerd College on Saturday, but she left a winning impression on all in attendance by carrying her injured opponent around the bases. Eckerd sophomore Kara Oberer’s knee locked after hitting a three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning, preventing her from trotting home...
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