DHS Sports Week with Nattie Swan
with Nattie Swan
Star player: Julie Beaugh because she has been consistently hitting her sports and she is 4-0.
Sparkplug: Victoria Reneau because she has been making great catches in the outfield ands she crushes the ball at the plate.
Strong Point: Not allowing the injuries to the team affect the play.
What we need to work on: Still need to improve on mental errors during the game.
Season Update: 5-1 and we have beat two playoff teams already.
Spark plug: Holden Scyster because he has shown great athleticism and shows passion for the sport.
Strong Point: Everyone shows determination to do their best.
What we need to work on: Limited number of boys.
Season Update: 1-1
Star player: Kelly Carlson because she is good.
Sparkplug: Danielle Saucier because she has come in much stronger and has yet to lose.
Strong point: We have a lot of veteran players.
What we need to work on: We need to have better strategies.
Season Update: 1-1
Coaches, players - we want your results in the Herald-Guide. Hahnville, your contact is Megan Waters. Destrehan, your contact is Nattie Swan.
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