Softball Season Starts With a Bang


Taylor Herd, Staff Writer

     The PSHS Softball season has officially begun. These girls have been practicing since the beginning of the year for this moment. 

     The Lady Wildcats started off with a few scrimmages to get a feel for the new 2023 team. The team was able to learn from these games and prepare for the opener. 

     The team is ready to show off all of the hard work they’ve put in this past offseason. The Wildcats are staying positive and are going into every game with a winning mindset. “The goal of playoffs is very important to have because it makes every game [significant],” senior Kyndall Ramby said. 

     “I think this team has a lot of talent and I feel really confident about what we can do this year,” senior Jayden Bluitt said. “I’m looking forward to one last season with my best friends.”

     After a losing record last season, the team is ready to come back and prove that they have what it takes. The 6-6A district has proven to be a competitive district across the board but that hasn’t changed the desire these players have to make it further than last year. 

     “This team is definitely different from last year, there is more of a common goal and I think it’ll take us a long way,” Ramby said. “I’m looking forward to the district games because that’s when they get real.”

     As the official first game approached, the Lady Wildcats prepared to play against a team they have been unsuccessful with for the past two years. The team pulled together a 2-1 win against the Prosper Eagles. After pitching seven innings, Bluitt only gave up two hits and struck out four with zero walks.

     Come support the Lady Wildcat Softball Team this season.