Saturday, May 11, 2013

Some Articles On Sarah Andrews

Sarah has tossed a perfect game and no hitter in 2013
This past season has shown that the Golden Griffins are in desperate need of pitching if they wish to return to contender status in the MAAC.

Coming this fall is Sarah Andrews, who plays for one of the top high schools in Arizona, and a very good travel program, the Arizona Storm Gold. Hopefully, the Griffs will be smart enough to get her into action immediately.

I've compiled a few articles that show the progress of Sarah this year.

Bobcats' complete pitcher

Cienega senior pitcher Sarah Andrews has bounced back from an injury to lead her team to the No. 1 ranking in Division I.
Andrews threw a perfect game last Thursday in a 10-0 victory at Douglas. The senior struck out six over six innings to improve to 8-1.
It was the first perfect game Cienega coach Eric Tatham could recall in his seven years at the helm.
"I was just going out there and pitching," Andrews said. "It was really a normal game. I was actually shocked I pitched a perfect game at all. I didn't know until the end of the game."
The Canisius College commit has tossed seven complete games and owns a 0.49 ERA. Through 57 2/3 innings, she has held hitters to a .180 batting average and has issued only five walks.
Andrews, who leads the Bobcats in home runs with four, is one of three seniors and the lone connection to Cienega's state championship team in 2010. Tatham ranks Andrews right behind former Cienega star Alexa Cash, who holds the school record for strikeouts with 827 in three seasons.

Read article HERE

Cienega Softball poised for the top step

One of the major keys for Eric Tatham squad this year has been the return of Sarah Andrews in the circle. The senior missed a large chunk of last season due to injury but has bounced back to post a 12-2 record this season with just six walks in 89 innings.

Read article HERE

Cienega remains perfect with win over Douglas

PITCHING Senior pitcher Sarah Andrews (11-2) and sophomore Kayla Green(8-1) have combined for 110 strikeouts and have handled some of the best hitters in Southern Arizona.

...she can hit too...

Sarah Andrews and AJ Hervey sign letters of intent

Andrews is a right handed pitcher and power hitter and will attend Canisius College located in Buffalo, New York. Andrews batted .406 with 24 RBIs, 3 triples and 2 homeruns last year with Cienega.

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