TCP Softball Ends With a Bang

Emly Beaman dives to tag a girl out.

By Sabrina Flick

The Tri City Prep lady panthers finished their season on a successful note after playing their last game of the season. The game was held April 25th at Heritage Park in Prescott, and all of the girls were excited and ready to win their last game.

The girls walked onto the field with a great attitude and were ready to play a great game. Tri City led Orme in runs the entire game and held them at 0 runs until the last inning. It was a well thought out and executed game in which each player was alert and ready for anything.

The final score was 11 to 1 with Tri City in the lead. This final victory was very exciting for the team and was the perfect finish to a spectacular season. Coaches Randal and John were fantastic coaches and their dedication to the team saw them through a successful season.

“Both the last game and the season were really fun,” said Alison Whitney, a freshman.

Overall the Lady Panthers played a great season, and their attitudes stayed positive through everything with hard work predominating over everything else.

“I think that this was a very successful softball season. We’ve improved so much and held our own against bigger, more experienced schools. The last game was the sum of all our hard work and everyone played great and enjoyed themselves,” said Paige Skousen, a sophomore who is the catcher on the team.

There were many highlights of the season and each player had their own good play and shining moment.

“I had so much fun! The coaches were awesome and I loved the girls!” said Caroline Ward.

“The girls had an excellent season this year. They all improved greatly and I hope to see them all play next year and have an even better season,” said Cody Tegman, the team’s manager.