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Coach Stetz and the Trojanettes continue their run

Madison Stashak, Guest Writer

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The 2018 Trojanette softball season began with many questions. Jenna Lipowski, Morgan Briggs, Cassandra Novakowski, and Kiera Brown, all key players, had to be replaced; however, Coach Stetz and the rest of the team remained confident.

Seniors Miranda Bohn and Meghan Murphy came into this season knowing that they had some big shoes to fill – and that is exactly what they did.

Many underclassmen stepped up their game including juniors Katie King, Jilann Baron, Brinley Sobeck, Liz Redenski, and Kaylee Zatorski; sophomores Gabby Rakowski, Jen Kurkoski, Madison Stashak, and Jessica Skladzien; freshmen Olivia Nice and Jenna Baron.

The Trojanettes have an overall record of 16-7. They were 8-5 during the regular season and finished in 2nd place in the WVC Division.  

During the district championship game against Tunkhannock, Nanticoke suffered one of their toughest losses of the season: a heartbreaking 2-1 loss in 10 innings. They would not let this tough loss keep them down however, as they prepared for their next game against Upper Perkiomen, the Max Prep #1 4A team in the state and District 1 champion. The Trojanettes played their hearts out, defeating them 4-3 in 9 innings.

The Trojanettes now seek to extend their playoff run today against East Pennsboro at 4:00 at Blue Mountain High School in Schuykill Haven.

Good luck Coach Stetz and the Trojanettes!

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Madison Stashak, Student Writer
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My name is Madison Stashak, and I am currently a junior at Greater Nanticoke Area High School. This is my first year writing for The GNA Insider.

I am a member of the Spanish Honor Society. I enjoy playing and watching sports, hanging out with friends, and traveling. When I am old enough, I would love to travel the world.

I am a three year member and letter recipient of the field hockey team and a two year member and letter recipient of the softball team. I spend my summers traveling with my travel softball team, going to the beach and taking day trips to places like Penn State University and Hershey Park.

After high school, I want to attend a four year college and major in Physical Therapy.

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