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Karen Hightower exemphfles prlde and excellence The most Improved IS Verdie
Jackson a young lady who exerc1ses a lot of patlence Jennetta Cook puts out
more than 10015 m practlce and m play To choose an MVP IS very dzfhcult,
therefore I w1ll name three LaDene Jackson Karen Hightower and Jenetta
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Row 1: Angii Wiggers, Denise Pargo, Mary Murray, Patricia Foster, Regina Davis. Row 2: Shawn Williams, Cee Cee Pierce, Penny Holmes, Verna
Overstreet, Connie Whitlock, Linda Rogers, Coach Kyla Law. Not pictured: Jeanine Winfrey, Cassandra Johnson.
Learning to respect other schools helps us to be better players - Connie Whitlock.
Integrity is one good word to describe our team - Denise Pargo.
Never giving up the game makes us winners - Mary Murray.
Competition is something we enjoy - Cee Cee Pierce.
Obligation to our team is something we never forget - Penny Holmes.
Learning from our mistakes helps us to be better ball players - Angii Wiggers.
Net worth equals every player on our team - Coach Kyla Law.
Helping others on the team is something we always do - Shawn Ifihlliams.
Our team tries to work as a team, not as individuals - Patricia Foster.
Recognizing our weaknesses helps us to build a stronger team - Regina Davis.
Never quitting is our team motto - Linda Rogers.
Effort is something we always use on our team - Shawn Williams.
Team work is the name of the game - Cassandra Johnson.
Sportsmanship is something we have a lot of - Verna Overstreet.
The girls J. V Softball Team has been a very competitive and enthusiastic team. The girls showed a great deal of discipline at
every game and practice. The following girls represent Pride and Excellence for Lincoln High School: Angii VWggers, CeeCee
Pierce, Regina Davis. Angii Wiggers was the starting pitcher and the Captain of the team. She was very competitive and a
quick thinker on the Held. Angii taught the other girls on the team how to work as a team and not as individuals. CeeCee
Pierce is probably one of the best first base players in the J. V League. She is a very consistent player and really thinks when
she is playing ball. Regina Davis was the most all round player on the team. Regina played shortstop, third base, outfield and
catcher. Most improved: Linda Rogers and Penny Holmes. Best Effort: Mary Murray.
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