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Moser named Big Country Player of the Week

Moser named Big Country Player of the Week
March 06
10:46 2018

Makenna Moser (Photo courtesy of Dana Moser)

Breckenridge High School senior Makenna Moser was named the Big Country Player of the Week by the Abilene Reporter-News’ Evan Ren, for the week ending March 3.

Here’s what Ren had to say about the Lady Bucks’ shortstop, “To begin with, Moser was 12 of 16 at the plate (.750) while helping the Lady Bucks to a 4-2 mark on the week. Along the way she produced four doubles, a triple, four home runs and, get this, 18 RBIs. That’s beyond good. That’s like … ridiculous.”

For the complete story, click here to see Ren’s article on the Reporter-News.

The Lady Bucks are scheduled to play Peaster in Breckenridge at 6:30 p.m. today, Tuesday, March 6. JV is slated to play at 4:30 p.m.

Here’s the schedule for the rest of this season:


Lady Bucks 2018 Softball Schedule

March 6PeasterHome4:30/6:30JV/V
March 9MillsapAway4:30/6:30JV/V
March 12CiscoHome11:00V
March 16OpenOpenOpenOpen
March 20TolarAway4:30/6:30JV/V
March 23BrockHome4:30/6:30JV/V
March 27EastlandAway4:30/6:30V
March 29PeasterAway4:30/6:30JV/V
April 3MillsapHome4:30/6:30JV/V
April 6CiscoAway4:30/6:30JV/V
April 9Open OpenOpenOpen
April 13TolarHome4:30/6:30JV/V
April 17BrockAway4:30/6:30JV/V
April 20EastlandHome4:30/6:30JV/V
Source: BHS website



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