Lady Warriors win districts

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Lady Warriors win districts

Outfielder Maddie McPhail explained how the team prepares to win titles like District Champs.

Outfielder Maddie McPhail explained how the team prepares to win titles like District Champs.

Outfielder Maddie McPhail explained how the team prepares to win titles like District Champs.

Outfielder Maddie McPhail explained how the team prepares to win titles like District Champs.

Brittney Bombard, Writer

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On Thursday, April 14th, Osceola’s Lady Warriors Softball Team defeated Mitchell in the District Championship game, winning the title of District Champions.

The final score of the game against Mitchell was two to one and according to outfielder

“There are a lot of things that go into preparing for games like District Championships , but most importantly, the team practices a lot, warms up before games, and we all pump each other up for the games,””

— Maddie McPhail

, the game was very tense. It was the third time the Lady Warriors played Mitchell this season, and they won two of those three games.

“We’re hoping the team will go far and continue on to states,” said third baseman and short stop, Kayleice Hooks after their April 14th game against Mitchell. The next game for the team was Wednesday, April 20th, a regional quarter final game against Armwood, which they won eleven to five.  It was the first time they played Armwood this season. The game against Armwood was the first of three playoff games leading up to finals.

“There are a lot of things that go into preparing for games like District Championships , but most importantly, the team practices a lot, warms up before games, and we all pump each other up for the games,” said Maddie.

The Lady Warriors’ next game was on Tuesday, April 26th against Braden River at Braden River High School.  It was the Lady Warriors’ first time this season playing Braden River and the team was defeated with a final score of thirteen to zero. However, they are still in the third place for 7A District Standings.

“We are all really close and it’s almost like a family. I’ve met some of my closest friends by joining the team,” said designated hitter Sarah Richardson.

 

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