High School Softball

By King, Francine | The Florida Times Union, February 8, 2010 | Go to article overview

High School Softball


King, Francine, The Florida Times Union


Byline: FRANCINE KING

5 TO WATCH

TEAMS

BARTRAM TRAIL: The Bears seem to be on everyone's radar this season after the back-to-back Class 5A state champions were shuffled into 4A by the FHSAA's reclassification. Despite losing several key starters to graduation, Bartram Trail returns plenty of talent, including P Kalyn Loverich (0.44 ERA), SS Christie Bailey (.306 BA), 2B Libby Crowe (.377 BA) and 3B Abby Tewey, who transitions from a designated hitter role.

BOLLES: After finishing one win from a state title last season, the Bulldogs could be ready to finish the task this year - or next. They lost just two players to graduation and return a crop of solid juniors in P Haylie Wilson (1.13 ERA), 3B Meagan Burke (.444 BA), CF Jessi Ponder (.427 BA), LF Marley Ramirez, 1B Adrienne Hume, OF Jennifer Davie and SS Madeline Schroeder. Their only senior is Mandarin transfer Taylor Ray Graessle.

EAGLE'S VIEW: The reigning Class 1A state champion Warriors return seven first-team all-state players and will have senior SS Brittany Evans back from a torn ACL that benched her last season. Eagle's View will have some holes to fill, though, in its efforts for a repeat, as the Warriors lost 3B Amber Thrush to a season-ending knee injury and will look to Ridgeview transfer Kami Reinecke to replace clutch pitcher Sara Ketchie.

FLETCHER: The Senators lost in the Class 6A title game last year, finishing one win from an undefeated season. Offense should be a strength this season, as Fletcher returns most of its big bats, led by 2B Brooke Peaver (.413 BA, 44 RBI) and SS Kelly Wilson (.370 BA, 13 doubles). But the Senators will have the biggest gap of any team to fill as they look to replace All-First Coast player of the year Erin Schuppert on the mound.

PROVIDENCE: If the Stallions hope to break through to a state title after two trips to the final four, this will be the year to do it. …

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