Softball has always been very important to me family. My mom played in college and both of my parents played when I was growing up. My sister and I both started around the age of twelve and played all throughout high school. I decided to go a step further like my mom and play in college. I was so excited to meet all kinds of new people and play the game we all love, but I never thought it would be as challenging as it has been for me this year.
I have a pretty good throwing arm to be a girl. I’ve thrown a few strikeouts, my brothers were proud. Ever since then I started playing for Webber Middle School team it was amazing. My coach was my teacher so you know I couldn’t use an excuse to skip practice.
As soon as I step on that red dirt all my worries, problems, and thoughts leave for the 2 hours that I am on the field. Softball has meant so much to me because I struggle with school, I’m not artistic, and I can’t really play any instruments, so without softball I wouldn’t have anything. Softball is the one thing I’m good at and I love playing it. When I step on the red dirt with the other eight girls we work together and we put aside our differences for 2 hours. Those two hours with the other girls make softball so much more enjoyable because they love the game as much as I do and it is truly amazing how sports brings people together.
The knee injuries I got but never wanted Imagine you’re back in the 7th grade. It 's spring sports season and you 're finally able to be on the school 's softball team. There are no tryouts, so you make the 7th-grade team. You 've played softball since you were in the 3rd grade and tee-ball prior to that. You play catcher, third base, and really want to be a pitcher too.
Then, she was spelling bee champion in the school’s spelling bee. Furthermore, she is the playground grand champion in chess. Another example, she is a straight A student. What’s more, she never missed a day of school except when she was stung by a wasp. Last but not least, her dad rigged lights in the backyard so she could practice at night.
A wild pitch made it a one run game and Ryan McDonald issued a two-run double to Connor Wanhannen to give TCU a 7-6 lead. The Horned Frogs added its final run on Skoug’s second home run in the ninth inning for the 8-6 final. The two teams will square off on Sunday at noon in the
I gave up most of my social life in middle school and high school. Thankfully, I had my parents who always told me family and school come first. I started to get recruited at the age of thirteen. I was flying across the country for this sport. Playing college softball was one of my goals,
For example, she practiced shooting a target so her aim would be more accurate. This shows that she was patient and did her best even though it probably wasn’t super fun to practice. In addition, it stated in the story that, “She squeezed a rubber eraser one hundred times,hoping it would strengthen her thumb.” This proves that Lupe is a hard worker because she never won sports so she needed to work even harder. Also, in the beginning she won all these awards at school it says she was, “the school’s spelling bee champion, winner of the reading contest at the public library three summer’s in a row, blue ribbon awardee in the science fair,” and more Therefore she had to work hard for all of those awards because they didn’t come easy.
They still won by a score of 150- 149. She made the last shot that won the game. It was free throw. The following day, Madison went to the doctor to see if she had a concussion. She didn 't have one, but she was acting weird in school.
My softball team had gone undefeated all season. Every other team we played was no competition, until we played Ridgefield. They had also gone undefeated all season. But this tournament was allstars. None of the previous games mattered until that weekend.