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News Release 8/24/09
Source: Dick Fye
WP Lady Jays lost to DeKalb Lady Tigers 4-3 after 10 innings of a hard-fought well played opening game for both teams at West Platte.
Senior Morgan Schimmel who struck-out 12 and limited Lady Tigers to 7 hits, took the defeat. Freshman relief pitcher Whitney Wardlow who came into the game for Sophomore Kaley Pyles in the bottom of the eigth inning got the victory. Wardlow had three strike-outs, while Pyles struck-out nine. Together they limited the Lady Jays to 6 hits.
WP’s Schimmel was hindered by 2 defensive errors, while the Lady Tigers commited one.
Leading hitters for the Lady Jays were the 8th hitter, Jacyln Fee 2/4 and in her first ever softball game, Senior Lauren Graham batting 9th in the batting order came through with 2 big RBIs while batting 2/3.
Welcome Back for Some Big Changes on a New Year!
As you can already tell, we are going with a new “Look” with our websites! It’s more than a new look, it’s also more functionality…to help provide you with timely information from our broadcasters and reporters in the field. How can you benefit from this new Look?
- These websites now are mobile ready. You will be able to access these websites AND listen to them on Windows Mobile Devices, Apple iphones, and very soon RIM/Blackberry devices. Windows Mobile Devices will actually be able to access audio AND video streaming, and Apple Iphones and Blackberries will be able to access all audio broadcasts through an application found on wunderradio.com. My…My…How things have changed….no more looking for that transistor radio…just grab your phone and you can listen to our broadcasts from the bleachers!
- New tools will be added to help transfer information to you! A twitter feed will be added to each website to allow approved users to send scores and info to the twitter feeds, to share data and information about the games, teams, playoffs, and other items to keep you in the know!
- More interactive products, such as blogs and quick links to provide you with an opinion forum. You can respond to the blogs and be a part of the information pipeline!
A transition for websites is not an overnight thing…and you just don’t press a button or two to make it come together. As you have already noticed, this is a major change from what you have seen in the past. Some significant time has been invested to launch this new technology, but this was designed to enhance the experience of the user….and that would be…YOU!
We hope this change will cause you to visit us more..and Hey…We Will See You Around, and We Will See You at the Games!