Undefeated

Middle School Girl's Softball Team Going To The Championships

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Undefeated

Middle school girl's softball team on the field.

Middle school girl's softball team on the field.

Jesenia Munoz

Middle school girl's softball team on the field.

Jesenia Munoz

Jesenia Munoz

Middle school girl's softball team on the field.

Breann Weatcher, Writer

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In a captivating comeback from their previous run last year, the middle school softball team is heading to the championships after successfully winning the playoffs on May 16th. With the title of champion on the line, the team hopes to win and to defend their successive winning streak.

“It feels really good, especially since last year’s season wasn’t the best for us. So for this year to be our year, and us being able to go to playoffs and the championship is really good.” 8th grade student Emily Munoz said.

Following their defeat last season, the softball team worked to adjust their strategies in attempts to have a shot at the playoffs. Working harder than their last season, it came as no surprise when many of their games were won by a landslide. Before the playoffs, the softball team was able to qualify for the championship game with a score of 16 to 1, depicting their growth as a team.

“It feels great! Our team works hard and loves playing.” 8th grader, Auralise Aguirre, said. “Our coaches have guided us to be where we are this year, and our team is proud that FCUS softball can go to the championship.”

The team’s nonstop victory has not only given the team hope for the remainder of the season, but also granted the accomplishment of ranking first in their division and being one of the first sports team in our school to go to the championships.

“Honestly, to me it’s really important because since a lot of us are seventh and sixth graders, that next year we will be able to do it again and have way more fun than this year.” 7th grade student Arianna Rivera, said.