Tonawanda News


April 30, 2014

North Tonawanda softball rebounding after seasons of struggle


Tonawanda News — While Rajski said it will be tough to eventually say goodbye to seniors like Carlson, Natalie Harack and Olivia Miller, who have been at the core of the turn around. But the contributions of underclassmen like Krawczyk, Heather Fontana, Meaghan Danaher, Amanda Szynkowski and Sami Whalen shows the Jacks are on the rise.

“We’ve been so pumped the last few games,” said Krawczyk. “We just want to go out there and show them what we’ve got and prove that we’re back and we’re here.”

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