One of the biggest surprises of the spring high school season has been the excellent play of the LBJ softball team. The lady Wolves sprinted out of the gates and never looked back on their way to compiling a 22-6 overall record including a 10-2 mark in district play. The girls credit this turnaround to the hard work they've put in on the practice field and coming together as a single unit. Now as they get ready for the schools first playoff appearance in softball, they are confident in their ability to advance.
"We never give up and we know that if one girl messes up all the team is there to back us up with their hits and their defense." (Karina Moreno, Wolves Starting Pitcher)
"All of us as a team have been grinding and going hard knowing we want the playoffs and we want to keep going, advancing all the way as far as we can." (Maria Castro, Wolves Shortstop)
LBJ will take on the Sharyland Rattlers in the bi-district round of the UIL playoffs starting Friday evening and continuing into Saturday at Sinton high school.