Lady Wildcats celebrate senior night with 15-0 romp
by Chike Nwakamma
Sep 21, 2012 | 665 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Woodland Lady Wildcats presented their senior teammates with the type of gift any player could hope for in a final home game — the lasting memory of a victory.

Woodland’s softball team placed some crooked numbers on the scoreboard Thursday against Lithia Springs, snagging a 15-0 mercy-rule win that left plenty of time for postgame festivities honoring shortstop Taylor Braselton, second baseman Sydney Flowers and catcher Lacey Fritz.

“They came out here … and performed well,” Lady Wildcat coach Colman Roberts said of his players. “We played here a couple of weeks ago against New Manchester and [were] kind of flat. … To come out here and play against Lithia like we did, it definitely makes me happy going into that region tournament [next week]. [We] played well last night at North Paulding. I had a lot of kids step up and they’re a good team.

“But, I’m proud of the seniors and what they’ve done for our team and our school. They’ve really stepped up this year, and all three of them have signed [college scholarships], so they’ll be moving on … ”

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