Monday, July 3rd 2017

Three sophomores sign to play for four-year schools

Threee Ranger sophomore softball players will be heading to compete at the next level.

The three players who will move on to play at four-year colleges are Brianna Davis, Texas A&M University-Texarkana; Sierra Phillips, Southwestern Assemblies of God University; and Amber Williams, who signed with The University of Texas at Dallas.

Davis, who played first base for KC, appeared in all 56 games her sophomore season, batted .266, hit 5 home runs and had a .319 on base percentage.

Phillips pitched for the Rangers, recording 11 strikeouts and a 1-1 record in 16 appearances on the mound her sophomore season.

Williams, who played third base for the Rangers, also appeared in all 56 games for KC, earning a .256 batting average and .313 on base percentage with 7 home runs and 41 hits in 160 at-bats.