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2022 Softball Preview: Wilson Area HS

Head Coach: Kristin Arnold Boyer (5 seasons) 54-36

Assistant Coaches:
Joe Spitale-Varsity Assistant
Alli Hicks- Junior Varsity
Ella Foulk-Junior High

Sport: Softball

Team Name: Wilson Area High School

League: Colonial League

2021 Record: 11-12

Key Players Lost:
Mackenzie Rooks: Short Stop
Ella Foulk: Center Field

Key Returning Players:

Mikayla Smith: Senior, Pitcher

“Mikayla has been a four year starter for us. She is a tremendous softball player and leader. She led the team batting last year with 7 homeruns.”

Kylee Burwell: Junior, IF/OF

“Kylee was a great defensive player last year and we are excited to see her grow offensively.”

Arianna Heimbach: Sophomore, IF

“Arianna was an integral part of our lineup last year. We are looking at her to take a larger role this season.”

Jessica Kram: Senior, OF

“Jess provides great leadership and experience to the team. She is multitalented and will be an important player in our lineup.”

Katelyn Kram: Senior ,OF

“Katelyn has provided us with great leadership throughout the offseason and her speed is going to be an integral part of our team.”

Olivia Werkheiser: sophomore, C

“Olivia is a gamer, she steps up in the biggest moments. We are excited for what she is going to bring to the field this year.”

Koda Barrett: Senior. OF/C

“Koda is going to play an integral role in the success of our team this year on and off the field.”

Danica Gross: Sophomore. IF

“Danica was the starting first basemen last year and we are excited for her to grow and come a more dominant force offensively.”

Chloe Shotko: SOPH IF/OF

“Chloe is proved herself at the plate last year and is going to play a key role offensively for us.”

Madison Rush: Sophomore. OF

“We are looking for Maddi to take a larger role this year and are excited about the energy and talent that she brings.”

Key Newcomers:
Tess Fredericks: Freshmen, P/IF
Natalie Goldsworth: Freshmen, IF

2022 Outlook: “We are going to be a young but talented team. I am excited to watch many of our young players adjust to the varsity level. We are getting great leadership from the upper classmen.”

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