On Saturday, April 14, members of Schreiber's JV and Varsity softball teams hosted a clinic for the girls in the PYA softball program at Lions Field. Girls ranging in age from 5 to 12 worked side-by-side with the high school players, developing their softball skills.

Senior players and team captains Angela Matinale and Carolyn Voelker said how much they enjoyed working with the young girls. "We get to combine two loves, our love of softball and kids." The high school players worked on a variety of skills with the youngsters, which included base running, pitching, catching, fielding, batting and throwing.

Coach Jeanne Carroll said, "This is our third year hosting the clinic. Each year the momentum builds and we now had over 125 participants. We ended the day with give-a-ways for the kids, softball pads, pencils and some lucky players won softballs autographed by the Lady Vikings. it was a day of no errors, only perfect plays!" Logo
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