Girls softball supports breast cancer awareness

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The team gets together to congratulate each other on their play. The Indians won against Valparaiso.

Hailey Strug

On Tuesday, May 8, varsity and JV softball teams took a win against the Valparaiso Vikings. The varsity team won 10-0. The team was racking up the score with their bats.

“Our bats all came alive and as soon as one person gets us going, it’s a chain reaction. It moved us one step closer to our goal of being DAC champions this season,” Jenna Towle (11) said.

The team improves off each other. When one person starts doing something good, it pumps up the team and gets them to perform better.

“The game went so well. We were all loose and having fun during warmups so going into the game I think we all were ready to come out strong. My favorite part was probably my hit that hit  the fence. It felt super good off my bat,” Jessica Kiefor (12) said.

The game was also trying to support breast cancer awareness. Both teams were pink to support cancer. The proceeds from the game went to support breast cancer research.