March 9, 2023

Varsity Softball Bests 6A Public School

Audrey Petrowski made her first start as a CCS varsity pitcher against the Westside Wolves a memorable one for herself and her school.  The freshman standout spun a seven-inning no-hitter as the Warriors beat Westside, a 6A public school, 5-2.

Petrowski struck out six and retired 14 batters in a row at one point.  The Wolves lineup only managed to reach base in two innings as Petrowski mixed a sharp fastball with a variety of off-speed pitches to keep the Westside hitters off balance all evening.

Lucy Davis helped back the outstanding pitching effort with a homerun and three runs batted in.  Megan Smith delivered two hits and scored two of the Warriors five runs.

CCS is off to a 9-2 start this season.  The Warriors are seeking their third consecutive trip to the TAPPS 4A state tournament in May.

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