Bixby — The Lucky Ladies Softball team headed to Bixby the weekend of June 20th for the USSSA C State Tournament to represent the Ada area schools and they did they not disappoint. After losing a 2-1 game in bracket play, they battled back, winning 5 games in a row to take home the State Championship. With hot bats, stellar pitching and solid defense they outscored opponents 74-22 in the 10 games they took the field. Next stop for this talented bunch of young ladies is Branson, Missouri for the USSSA B World Series. From left to right, top to bottom: Coach Scott, Coach Pete, Coach Trey, Kendra Lewis, Brylea Russell, Jade Sanders, Paige Mayfield, Cheyenne Fixico, Chloe Good, Addison Bailey, Morgan Benes, Tatam Brady, Jaylee Willis and Amaya Frizell.
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