Three local HS alums are keys for St. Edwards softball
Three local high school graduates played solid games for St. Edwards University in a 9-8 loss to East Central University in college softball action on Monday.
The three area players are having fantastic seasons, and are among the team leaders in several categories.
Langham Creek High School graduate Courtney Lavender drove in a run for St. Edwards in the defeat. Lavender, a senior catcher, is third on the team in batting at .337, and second in hits with 32.
Mayde Creek High School graduate Miranda Yeager went three-for-five with three hits, three runs scored and two RBIs in the loss. Yeager, a junior second baseman, is second on the team in batting at .357.
Barbers Hill High School graduate Lexi Stephens scored two runs in the loss, going one-for-five at the plate. Stephens, a senior shortstop, leads the team in batting at .417, runs scored with 27, and 44 total hits.
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