From the August 27, 2014 issue of The Journal
By Richard Harris
The Webster County High School softball program is stepping up to compete at the varsity level this year after fielding a junior varsity squad that went 6-6-2 last year.
"Overall it (last year) was a good season for growth leading into this first season of varsity play," said Head Coach James McCullough.
While the varsity competition will be new, the Lady Bobcats are not without experience. The team has five seniors.
"Having five seniors on the team definitely is a strength, both in the form of experience and leadership," said Coach McCullough.
In addition to a solid group of seniors, the team has a couple of promising "young guns" to handle duties in the pitching circle. Kaylee Hughes, freshman, has good speed and control, while ... Online subscribers click here for the rest of the story.