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Volume /, Number V
"The Truth, The Whole Truth, We Hope"
April 24, mo
Girls Softball Impressive
By MILES MORGAN
Sports Staff Writer
College Lady Cavaliers Softball team,
finished with an impressive 18-5
record this season.
The team’s co-coaches were
Dana Bostic (women’s basketball
coach) and Steve McNamara (men’s
basketball coach and acting athletic
“All of our players make a strong
contribution to the Lady Cavs wins,’’
Bostic said. “Defensively, it was not
unusual for the Lady Cavs to go
through the batting order two or three
times in a single inning. Each player
sparked the Lady Cavs with key hits
at some point during the season.
“We got some crucial base
hits, plus we had some power hit
ting,’’ Bostic said. “We jumped off to
an 15-0 start and I think that was a
school record. I was pleased with the
team’s performance and so was Coach
The team consisted of Amy
Adams in left-field. Boo Berry
(catcher), Tammy Bryson (right cen
ter), Debbie Crain (third), Carol Fox
(second), Tracy Jones (pitcher), Di
ana Klima (right-field). Grade Mann
(shortstop), Cindy Roper (right-field),
Tari Terrell (left-center), Michelle
Thomas (first), and Christy Weaver
(center and right-field).
“Grade was our strongest
and most consistent hitter,’’ Bostic
said. “She batted cleanup for us.
Also, Tari was our lead-off hitter and
she got on base a lot and made things
happen for us.’’
To show just how awesome the Lady
Cavs were most of their games were
called at the end of the fifth inning
because of the 10-run rule. That rule
states that if a team is leading by 10
runs at the end of the fifth inning the
game was complete.
Jones was strong on the
mound. She hurled eight shutouts
which was a school record also.
“We had a lot of fun,’’ Bostic
said. “I think the girls deserve a lot of
credit because they represented
Montreat-Anderson College is a very
Blast From the Past
Compiled by SARA SWINSON
and JUDY DAVIS
Talk about changes —here is
one for you! In 1939-40 Montreat-
Anderson was accredited by the
American Association of Junior Col
leges and the Association of Secon
dary Schools and Colleges of the
Southern States. Yes! Montreat was
a high school. Here are a few other
interesting facts from 1939-40;
- Chapel was held at 8:30 each morn
ing for 15 minutes.
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