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April 6, 2013

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Tonawanda News — The Blue Devils should also be solid defensively. Not only do they have Miller and Donhauser alternating at pitcher and first base again, they also return second baseman Hannah Post who had a breakout 2012.

Adriana King takes over third base full time while sophomore Brianna Christopher steps behind the plate and adds the presence of a power hitter to the middle of the batting order.

Speed remains a trademark of the Blue Devils outfield, as Leah Moretta, Ashley Campanella, Bridget Gormley, Sarah Caputi and Lauren Pray give the Blue Devils perhaps the quickest outfield in Western New York. Lina Mirabella will also catch and play outfield. 

”I think Bridget Gormley will move to center and she’s probably one of the fastest outfielders we’ve ever had,” Chimera said.

Moretta will likely shift from right to left field while Pray, Caputi and Campanella battle it out for right.

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