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Varsity Softball Keeps Battling After a Long, Eight-Game Week

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Shortstop Shawna Wallace and second baseman Elizabeth Kramer focused in on their double-header against Ann Arbor Huron on their home field.

Shortstop Shawna Wallace and second baseman Elizabeth Kramer focused in on their double-header against Ann Arbor Huron on their home field.

Shortstop Shawna Wallace and second baseman Elizabeth Kramer focused in on their double-header against Ann Arbor Huron on their home field.

           The Pinckney Pirates Varsity softball team had a fantastic start to their week with two wins against Ann Arbor Huron and a 6-1 win against their rivals, the Dexter Dreadnaughts, on Friday, April 20th. The Pirates haven’t claimed a win against the Dreadnaughts in four years.

           Junior Hannah Fuhr had a busy week pitching in seven of the eight games the team had last week, pitching in three of them during their first tournament last Saturday.

“To me, taking care of my arm after a long week is more important than actually pitching,” Fuhr said.

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Varsity Softball Keeps Battling After a Long, Eight-Game Week