Grand Blanc Girls Freshman Softball

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Softball Tryouts

March 9-13, 2020   Equipment: glove, tennis shoes, long pants, and water bottle.  If you have your own helmet, face mask, catching gear, or bat, please bring it.  Closed tryouts, only players invited to be there and/or observe.   *First 15 minutes at HS West is running and stretching in the hallway.  Do not bring

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Softball Tryouts

Please fill out this Google Form.  https://goo.gl/forms/e3mJQnBwhpZMgMdx1 Wear gym shoes/turf shoes, softball pants, and your name on a shirt/jersey (if possible).  Remember all of your equipment and water. Monday-Tuesday March 11th & March 12th First 15 minutes is running and stretching in the hallway on your own 4:45-5:45 pm   9th graders 5:30-6:30 pm  10th-11th graders

Varsity Softball: Strike Out Cancer

Wednesday night Grand Blanc and Powers played in our first Strike Out Cancer game at Mott Community College.  Rod Studaker, Mott Head Softball Coach, invited us to their newly renovated field.  It was pretty exciting to play there and in front of a college coach for our girls.  Each girl had the opportunity to pick

JV Softball

Saturday  5/20 – We had a tournament in Linden.  Three games scheduled.   Our first game JV went up against Brandon.   Abby Whitt took the mound and recorded the win, giving up only 7 hits in 6 innings, while striking out 8.  The offense was led by Gracie Murray with 3 hits, 2 of

Varsity Softball: Teacher Appreciation Game

Grand Blanc Varsity Softball played against Fenton in their first Teacher Appreciation game.  Tonight we honored the following teachers for making a lasting impact on our players lives.  Thank you Mrs. Butzu, Mr. Babiasz, Mrs. Moul, Mrs. Allswede, Mr. Shuster, Ms. Doering, Mr. Ender, Mrs. Bleicher, Mrs. Jacobson, Mr. Youngs, Ms. Meyer, Ms. Zittel, and

Varsity Softball

A walk-off single gave victory to Grand Blanc Bobcats against Fenton 5-4 Wednesday, May 24.  The game was tied at four when Zapporah Turner singled off of Billings with two strikes, two balls, and two outs on the scoreboard yet driving in the winning run.  Fenton took an early lead in the second inning and