Senior Spotlight: Softball Commits

Mandy Holmes, Managing Editor

Senior Kylie Wilkerson signs to George Mason University

Kylie started playing softball when she was just seven years old. It was a sport she had never heard of and was interested in trying something new. She immediately fell in love with softball and liked that she could contribute to different parts of the game. Kylie has been playing for ten years now, and credits that to the great coaches she’s had throughout her career, saying, “I had coaches that believed in me and helped guide me to where I am today. Going to softball practice never felt like a chore, it is something I genuinely look forward to”. She plans on majoring in kinesiology on a pre-med track. We wish Kylie all the best in her future endeavors!



Senior Kaley Frazier signs to Eastern Mennonite University

Kaley started playing softball at eight years old after enjoying playing t-ball for three years. She thought it would be fun and wanted to try a different sport other than cheer. Kaley immediately enjoyed softball and playing with all her friends and even won the Little League Championship her first year. She has been playing for ten years now and accredits this to her parents. Kaley says, “My parents have always been my biggest supporters and I wouldn’t be anywhere without them. My dad has always been there for me, whether it’s coaching my teams, pitching me front toss, or just coming to my tournaments to cheer me on. He has always been the person who has helped me to strive to be the best athlete I can be. Most importantly, I stuck with softball because I love the game and all the friendships I have gained from it.” She plans on double majoring in Accounting and Business Administration. We wish Kaley all the best in her future endeavors!



Senior Delaney Lail signs to Bridgewater College

Delaney started playing softball when she was only seven years old. She was trying out a bunch of different sports, but softball quickly became her favorite. The community in the league she first started in made softball easy and fun, which kept her hooked. Delaney has been playing for almost 11 years and is excited to play in college. She plans on majoring in Health and Exercise Science. We wish Delaney all the best in her future endeavors!