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2017 Palo Verde Softball Capsule

PALO VERDE

Head coach: Kelly Glass, 11th season

2016 record: 29-8-1 (15-3 Division I Sunset, second)

Returning letter winners (starters): Fourteen (eight)

Top players: 3B Cara Beatty (Sr.), 1B Ally Snelling (Sr.), P Taylor Askland (Jr.), SS Lauryn Barker (Jr.), OF Makall Whetten (Jr.), C Grace Chavez (Jr.)

Outlook: Consistently one of the state’s top teams, the Panthers return 14 letter winners and show no signs of slowing down.

“We are looking to compete against all teams in our tough league,” Glass said. “We are looking at one game at a time and taking each day as a different battle.”

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