Teachers become designated cheerleaders for the night

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Madison Drawdy threw a shutout with six strikeouts and no walks, Makayla Goodwin hit a homerun, and Sarah Barnhill scored on a base hit. Audrey Pope had an RBI that allowed Madison Keefer to score. Carson Shaw capped the night with a solo homerun in the bottom of the sixth.

Softball took a 4-0 victory over Fort Dorchester on April 12, but the night was about more than just winning. For this game, players chose a teacher to represent them at the game by wearing their jerseys.

While the girls were beating Fort, the teachers were watching. Even though it was cold they stayed for the whole game and showed appreciation for the athlete that chose them. They were also given a pre-game ceremony where their names were called and the subject they teach was named.

“It shows that the students see that we care about them and that we do our best to care for them both on and off the field,” commented Ms. Causey.

Ms. Causey was wearing the number eight to represent Skye Browder.

“I’m just happy to recognize our teachers it’s a great opportunity and an all around fun time,” stated senior pitcher Madison Drawdy who was represented by Mr. Cook.

Summerville reached an 18-5 overall record with region wins over Stratford and West Ashley bringing their region record to 12-2. The Lady Greenwave host the Hanahan Lady Hawks on April 19.

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