Softball: Springstead 3, Holy Names 0

  • SPRING HILL – Armed with a roster full of talented veterans and promising newcomers, Springstead entered the season ranked No. 1 in the HomeTeam top 25.
  • After routing Central 19-0 in the season opener, Springstead lost 3-2 to Class 6A, District rival Dunnellon.
  • I knew it was going to come down to whoever made a clutch hit or a big defensive play.”
  • In the third inning, Abby Oliver doubled, then came home on single by Kayla Cruz for what turned out to be the winning run.
  • She played three seasons at Canterbury before transferring to Springstead last season and has faced Holy Names frequently during her career.

SPRING HILL – Armed with a roster full of talented veterans and promising newcomers, Springstead entered the season ranked No. 1 in the HomeTeam top 25.

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Softball: Springstead 3, Holy Names 0

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