CLARENDON HALL SOFTBALL HOPE TO BE COMPETITIVE
By: Gerald Doolittle
Summerton, S.C. -The Clarendon Hall Academy Lady Saints are working hard to improve on their 2016 record of 11-10. They compete in the tough SCISA Region 3-A with Andrew Jackson, Dorchester, Holly Hill, Jefferson Davis, Patrick Henry and St. John’s Christian.
Coach Jeffrey Bays will have fourteen young ladies on his roster. “Madison Kidd (jr) will have the pitching duties this year,” said Bays. “She has done an awesome job so far this year and look for her to have a great season. We pulled Chloe Anderson (fr) up from JV and are working with her as our #2 pitcher.
“Devyn Royce continues to have the catchers duties,” continued Bays. “She is our work horse on the team. She is a great leader and one of the hardest working ball players I know.”
Summer Barnes (sr) and Hanna Corbett (so) will hold down first base. Lauren Pifer (so) will be at second base and Keri Shaffer (sr) will play at shortstop. Third base duty will fall on Sydney Wells (jr).
The outfield will be patrolled by Sara James (jr), Ava English (jr), Erin Clark (jr) and Glenda Kay Broadway (sr). These may be called on for infield duty at times.
Rounding out the Saints roster are Haleigh Anderson (sr), Madison Kidd (jr), Ava English (jr), Kassidy Richbourg (jr) and Lauren Pifer.