PREP FASTPITCH SOFTBALL
EPHRATA – The Grandview fastpitch softball team continues to work through the many challenges it has faced this season, including loss of players due to injury and ineligibility, as well as those who have just chosen to leave the program.
That’s according to Lady ‘Hounds coach Doug Hansen.
He is proud of the team for having “…a positive attitude this season.”
Grandview this past Friday lost a twin bill to host Ephrata by identical 19-1 scores.
Grandview’s Maribel Torres had a combined 2-for-2 hitting record last Friday. She scored the one run in the first game.
The second game run was scored by Briceida Ramos off an RBI by teammate Keanna Maki.
Sadie Ross was 1-for-3 in the first game, and teammate Kayla Keel was 1-for-2 in the nightcap.
“Sadie Ross has been a steadying influence with her upbeat attitude,” said Hansen.
He said he is proud of the team for never giving up and stepping up to the challenge of being without five starters for the past three weeks.
This coming Thursday the Lady ‘Hounds (0-18) will be playing their final 2014 contests. Grandview will host Prosser for the twin bill.