Thursday, August 9, 2012
Byhalia softball players attend skills clinic in Cordova, Tenn.
Three Byhalia competitive softball players attended the Germantown Red Devils Softball Skills Clinic at the First Tennessee Fields in Cordova, Tenn., this past weekend, August 4.
The skills clinic was conducted by former Germantown Red Devil players Brittany Ashford and Jordan McElroy. Ashford played collegiate softball at Jackson State Community College and Crichton College. She is currently coaching at Covington High School and provides softball training and instruction in Covington, Tenn., at the Fultz Baseball and Softball Academy.
Jordan McElroy, another Red Devil, just finished her collegiate softball career at Miami University of Ohio.
Brianna Ables (pitcher) and Taylor Rooker (shortstop) just finished the spring/summer competitive softball season with the 10-and-under Hernando Heat. They will both move up to the 12-and-under North Mississippi Lunachix team this fall.
Makayla Ables will remain with the Hernando Heat as the team’s starting pitcher.
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