Lobos softball throttles Evergreen in 12-2 victory

Graciela Fischer
For Colorado Community Media
Posted 9/20/21

Conifer High School students always look forward to athletic games. However, there is one school in particular that Conifer gets eager to play — Evergreen High School.  On Sept. 18, the Conifer …

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Lobos softball throttles Evergreen in 12-2 victory

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Conifer High School students always look forward to athletic games. However, there is one school in particular that Conifer gets eager to play — Evergreen High School. 

On Sept. 18, the Conifer High School softball team faced Evergreen High School at Evergreen, winning 12-2. The Conifer softball team has been on a winning streak throughout this season. 

“We have been practicing every day this week, and we knew this was going to be a good game,” sophomore Kellyn Dougherty said. “We focused heavily on our fielding, and we were glad we were able to hit off the Evergreen pitcher.”

Conifer played with a strong offense during this game, which allowed for a majority of the team to run bases. 

“I think I did good this game,” senior Kira Alley said. “Baserunning was fun. For the next game, my goal is to play in the outfield and get some outs.”

The Conifer team was able to get their score up quickly at the start of the game. They were able to stay focused and make sharp plays throughout the game.

“I just like to think about if the ball gets hit to me where I would play the ball,” senior, Ashley Fritz, said. “I just try to think positive things, good stuff can still always happen.”

Conifer next game was hosting Golden High School on Sept. 20 (after our print deadline).

“For the next game, I want to win, of course, and help my team with hits. I also want to play good defense.” Fritz said.

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