While focusing on the fundamentals will be a factor in the game, King feels the backing of the Salisbury fanbase will be important as well.
On the other side, the Community Lady Trojans have been away from the softball state playoffs for a considerable time period. However, the softball program did win the school’s lone state title back in 1995. The Lady Trojans have compiled a 15-9 record this season. Community head coach Madison Henke says jumping on Salisbury starting pitcher Bryn Wooldridge early will be crucial.
To help in this effort the Lady Trojans have been prepping hard on both sides of the ball.
Colin Schowe and Lucas Smith will have the call of the game on 99.9 The Captain and online at centralmoinfo.com beginning with pregame coverage at 5:15 pm.
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