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Lady Bears fight through district play

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The Lady Bears are currently 6-2 in district.

The Lady Bears are currently 6-2 in district.

The Lady Bears are currently 6-2 in district.

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Lady Bear Softball has had a very exciting season thus far and currently holds a 6-2 record after a tough 0-1 loss to Bridge City last Thursday. Despite that tough loss, the Lady Bears have been improving since last year and have faced some tough competitors.

Sophomore Brianna Frenzel said because Bridge City is the previous district champion, facing them was difficult but the team plans on staying confident and securing their way their position at the top.

“Playing the Bridge City game was difficult,” Frenzel said. “They are the previous District champs and the toughest team to beat.”

The most surprising thing for some of the Lady Bears has been watching the team completely turn themselves around since the previous season, which they credit to the fact that every player is doing their part.

“One of my favorite moments so far this season has been playing against Sweeney High School and losing, because even though we lost, I’ve never seen the team work harder,” Frenzel said. “The performance by the team this year has been mind-blowing. After a somewhat challenging and unsuccessful season last year, LCM softball has really bounced back and taken a lead position in district this year and made us one of the most challenging competitors.”

Frenzel has also seen much improvement in herself, in performance and mental toughness. Not only did her pitching improve, but she is also more equipped with performing her best under challenging situations and cracking under the pressure. This not only helps her, but it helps the team as a whole.

“We are a very close team,” Frenzel said. “We have great chemistry with our teammates and we always have each other’s backs. All of us are very supportive of one another and a success for one player is a success for the whole team.”

The Lady Bears will face the Orangefield Lady Bobcats this Tuesday, April 18 at home.

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  1. adviser on April 16th, 2017 7:48 pm

    Several other members of the team were sent questions to be interviewed, but we only heard back from a couple of them and needed to get the story published on time. If we are able to get their answers, then we would be more than happy to add those into the story.

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