Strike Out Cancer Softball Raises $25K: WFHS Tops Tate, Tate’s Lundquist Throws Perfect JV Game

March 16, 2019

West Florida 2, Tate 0
Tate 15, West Florida 0 (JV)

The real winner Friday night on Tate High School’s softball field was cancer research during the Aggies’ annual Strike Out Cancer game. At last word the game had raised about $25,000.

In varsity action, West Florida topped Tate 2-0. Avery Beauchanie, Amber Decoux and Shelby McClean had hits for the Lady Aggies. Beauchanie took the loss for Lady Aggies, surrendering two runs on five hits over six innings and striking out four.

In junior varsity play, Courtney Lundquist threw a perfect game Friday as the Tate Aggies beat West Florida 15-0 in four innings. She recorded seven strikeouts.

Lundquist and Courtney Adams had three hits for Tate, while Christina Mason, Ella Little and Alyssa Rowell had two hits. Kennedy Turner, Brianna Folmar, Aaliyah Jordon and Taylor Green each added a hit.

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One Response to “Strike Out Cancer Softball Raises $25K: WFHS Tops Tate, Tate’s Lundquist Throws Perfect JV Game”

  1. Michelle Casaus on March 16th, 2019 5:58 pm

    Thank you Aggies for your hard work.

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