Softball Celebrates its Seniors

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Softball Celebrates its Seniors

(from left top) Sophomore Casey Biglin, freshmen Kayla Kaufman and Katie Hull, sophomore Mikayla Montalbano, senior Abby Penjuke and freshman Holly Spletzer pose for a photograph before the senior night game against Pottstown.

(from left top) Sophomore Casey Biglin, freshmen Kayla Kaufman and Katie Hull, sophomore Mikayla Montalbano, senior Abby Penjuke and freshman Holly Spletzer pose for a photograph before the senior night game against Pottstown.

Christina Sang

(from left top) Sophomore Casey Biglin, freshmen Kayla Kaufman and Katie Hull, sophomore Mikayla Montalbano, senior Abby Penjuke and freshman Holly Spletzer pose for a photograph before the senior night game against Pottstown.

Christina Sang

Christina Sang

(from left top) Sophomore Casey Biglin, freshmen Kayla Kaufman and Katie Hull, sophomore Mikayla Montalbano, senior Abby Penjuke and freshman Holly Spletzer pose for a photograph before the senior night game against Pottstown.

STAFF WRITER Christina Sang, Contributing Writer

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The MHS softball team celebrated their traditional senior night after a 10-0 win against Pottstown on May 3. The varsity team took a substantial nine-run lead in the second inning, and finished the game after the fourth inning.

After their victory, the team headed towards The Commons for dinner. There, the seniors–Aby Penjuke, Kiki Hamilton, Sara Markley and Taylor Angelillis–opened their senior gifts and listened to speeches delivered by their teammates. A particularly notable speech was Aly Markley’s to her graduating sister, Sara, who powered through her emotions while also highlighting their sibling memories together.

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