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Florence Christian High School


By: Gerald Doolittle

Special Writer

Florence, S.C. – Despite playing in a tough SCISA Region 2-AAA, the Florence Christian School Lady Eagles of Coach John Brown have made the post season tournament with a 7-14 record.

“We have played a tough schedule this year,” said Coach Brown. “We had to battle with good programs at Laurence Manning, Wilson Hall and Orangeburg Prep. We are excited about going to post-season and hope for chance to play Laurence Manning again.”

The Lady Eagles pitching has been led by Tori Alexander with 4 wins, 27 strikeouts and an ERA of 6.09. Brook Brown on the mound has 3 wins, 33 strikeouts and an ERA of 4.91. Corlie Keefe has also contributed to the pitching.

Keefe has been the hitting leader with a batting average of .450 and 18 RBIs. Alyssa Kerns follows with a .415 average and 8 RBIs. Skyler Monson follows with a .373 average and 5 RBIs.

Alexander has a .364 average with 19 RBIs. Emily Eason has a .300 average with 8 RBIs. Brooke Brown has hit .308 with 12 RBIs.

Logan Sims has batted .250 with 5 RBIs. Caroline Page has hit .239 with 6 RBIs and Kaleigh Perez has batted .229 with 12 RBIs.

Rounding out the Lady Eagle roster is Lauren Taylor, Rachel Cook, Taylor Johnson and Hannah Kennedy.

The Lady Eagles hope to be competitive in the tournament to set a tone for next season. 


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