Brooke Fagan was a force for Pearl River atop the batting order and at shortstop. The freshman hit .355 with a .432 on-base percentage. She finished her freshman season with 44 runs scored, 55 hits, 13 doubles, four homers, 25 RBIs, 19 walks and 13 stolen bases. Fagan improved her hitting against MACJC competition, hitting .389 with a .461 OBP.

Five Pearl River softball standouts have been honored by the MACJC, the league recently announced.

Sophomore catcher Mary Grace Turner (Leakesville; Greene County) and freshman shortstop Brooke Fagan (Kiln; Hancock) earned spots on the All-MACJC First Team, while sophomore first baseman Elizabeth Taggard (Picayune), freshman pitcher Grace Stringer (Moselle; South Jones) and freshman third baseman BreAnna Corkern (Watson, La.; Live Oak) all landed on the All-MACJC Second Team. All five players were pivotal in the Lady Wildcats hosting their first Region XXIII Tournament in program history.

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