Softball Conundrums, Pt. IV...
By Robert Przybylo
Every year brings about a different challenge when it comes to All-City teams. Sometimes it’s what separates the first from the second team. Sometimes it’s the player of the year.
Regardless, it’s never easy and something I will always, always stress out about. This year was no different when it came to the Big and Little All-City softball teams.
My biggest challenge: LAC Player of the Year. If you read Wednesday’s paper, you know I went with Purcell sophomore pitcher Kayla Wyatt.
Her body of work is incredible. She threw 186 innings, allowing a mere 13 earned runs. She struck out 276 with just 36 walks. Oh yeah, and she was 28-3.
And in this corner, we have Blanchard sophomore stud Leslie Miller. She did a lot of everything in helping the Lions to the 4A championship.
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