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Blowout win for Lady Cats, 15-5 The Lady Cats started Spring Break with a bang. The team beat Manor on Monday 15-5 and Connally 6-0. Vs Manor The Lady Cats blew out Manor 15-5 on Monday at Elgin after pouring on 10 runs in the first inning. Abby Prinz racked up five RBIs on four hits for the Lady Cats. She homered in the first inning and singled in the first, third, and fourth innings. Jenna Wing got the win for the Lady Cats despite allowing five runs over five innings. Wing struck out six, walked one and gave up nine hits. The Lady Cats scored one run of its own in the third and scored on an RBI single by Theresa Gonzales. Elgin answered Manor's top inning with four runs of its own in the fourth. The Lady Cats scored on a sacrifice fly by Andrea

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STACI JOHNS pitches another strike for the Lady Cats. Gonzales, an RBI single by Prinz and a two-run double by Theresa Gonzales. Vs Connally Staci Johns hopes every

ELGIN LADYCATS VARSITY SOFTBALL VS

BASTROP at Bastrop

Friday, Mar. 22 at 7:00 p.m. JV at 5:00 p.m.

outing could go as well as Tuesday, as Johns tossed a shutout to carry Lady Cats to a 6-0 victory over Connally at Connally in seven innings. Lady Cats' Johns kept Connally off the scoreboard for all seven innings she was on the hill. She pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players to cross the plate on two hits while ringing up seven. The Lady Cats blew out Connally thanks to 11 hits, including two extra base hits. Elgin scored three runs in the seventh on an RBI single by Victoria Gonzales, an RBI sin-

gle by Abby Prinz and an RBI single by Theresa Gonzales. Theresa Gonzales racked up two RBIs on three hits for Lady Cats. The Lady Cats never surrendered the lead after the fifth inning, scored three runs on an RBI double by Prinz, a groundout by Andrea Gonzales and an RBI single by Theresa Gonzales. JV The JV Lady Cats started Spring Break with two wins also. The Lady Cats beat Manor 9-1 on Monday. Elgin scored 12 runs and held Connally to 2 runs on Tuesday.

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JV LADY CATS. Pictured are (front, l-r): Haley Krenek, Alex Herndon, Logan Dube, Kamry Nalle, Kourtney Cannon, Bree Scott; (second, l-r) Cady Norton, Gabby Abreo, Emily Griffith, Erica McCarty, Rachelle Garrity, Chloe Henze, Twyla Osborne and (back) Coach Sherry Pfister.

Five Athletic Trainers attend workshop

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FIVE STUDENT ATHLETIC TRAINERS attended the 6th annual Central Texas Athletic Trainer Society Students Workshop on March 2 at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. The workshop was designed to help further educate students at central Texas high schools through lecture and hands-on experience. The trainers were instructed on “balance testing”, rehabilitation exercise, taping and wrapping with adhesive tape and elastic wrap bandage. The athletic trainers who attended the workshop are (l-r) Sarah Gonzales, Alicia Sisco, Molly Collins, Holly Christian and Serena Smith. The next workshop will be April 12 in San Antonio, TX.

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