EDNA - A consistent routine has been the key to Industrial's standout season, said coach Jesse Casarez.
The St. Joseph softball team finds itself in a familiar position after beating Corpus Christi Incarnate Word Academy 3-0 Tuesday night.
UHV centerfielder Rachel Laird has been recognized as the Association of Independent Institutions Conference Female Athlete of the Week.
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HALLETTSVILLE - On their way to another undefeated district record and the District 26-2A title, many of the Hallettsville Lady Brahmas were shaken when a classmate, Kayleigh Foster, died in a five-person car wreck in March.
Hitting is contagious, according to UHV coach Lindsey Ortiz.
Texas Girls Coaches Association Softball Poll
BEEVILLE - Victoria East defeated Beeville Tuesday night in a 3-0 District 30-4A win.
Hanna Novosad has been working on her change-up her entire life.
Victoria East's softball hitters didn't know what to expect the first time they faced West freshman pitcher Devon Parsons.
UHV's winning streak was foiled Tuesday night as the Jaguars lost the second game in a doubleheader against Texas Southern.
The gray sky was patchy with clouds Thursday afternoon on the Faith Academy softball practice field.
GANADO - With nearly identical records and back-to-back rankings in the Texas Girls Coaches Association softball poll, Shiner coach Steven Cerny knew the Lady Comanches needed hits to stay alive against Ganado's infield defense.