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Granite Falls Softball
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Coaching Staff
Varsity Coach: Tom Bergan
JV Coach: Greg Farley
Vanderwel earns WIAA player of the Week
Mar 23, 2019 3:41 PM

Sr. Samantha Vandewel has been a 4 year varsity starter for the Tigers and is as hot as she's ever been on the diamond in 2019. The senior is hitting .679 with 4 doubles, 3 triples, 3 homeruns and 15 RBI's in 7 contests. She's just been seeing the ball well and taking her time doing it. I like that she is comfortable at the plate and doesn't mind taking some pitches at times. Sam currently has a 1.375 slugging percentage and a .727 OBP and was awarded WIAA athlete of the week for March 11-March 17th.

Sam has signed a softball letter of intent to continue her career at Presentation College in Aberdeen, South Dakota.

Lady Tigers take 2 of 3 on the week
Mar 23, 2019 3:28 PM

The Lady Tigers have been coming up in big ways when it comes to putting runs up on the board. Monday the Tigers would lose to Vashon Is. 20-12, turn around on Tuesday and beat Bellevue Christian 20-10 and finish the week at South Whidbey with a 20-2 win and our best game of the season to this point. Sr. Jillian Zachry throws 5 complete innings giving up 5 hits, 2 runs and 0 walks in the victory over South Whidbey. Zachry would earn 2 wins on the week and go 7-14 with 6 runs scored and 2 SB. So. Addsion Dennis has been racking up the power numbers blasting 3 more homeruns, a double and a triple and collectively go 8-14 with 7 runs and 7 RBI's. Sr. Jaiden Waud has really done a great job of taking more pitches this year and has been as hot as any of our hitters. The Sr. would go 7-10 with 4 2B, a HR, 3 R's scored and 3 RBI's on the week. Sr. Samantha Vanderwel continued her streak of heavy hitting going 5-9, 2 3B, HR, 8 R's, 4 RBI's and 3 SB on the week. So. Loralai Bates continues to impress us in the outfield and at the plate. She's consistent and is getting better and better jumps on the ball. Loralai would collect 4 hits on the week, 6 R's, 3 RBI's and 2 SB. Jr. Nicole Jocobi flashes the leather again for the Tigers scooping one out of the air and is making a real push for the best centerfielder in the league. Jocobi would collect 2 RBI's, 3 R's and a SB. Sr. Madison Hubbard has started to heat things up at the plate going 4-10 on the week with 2 R's scored and 3 RBI's. She has been taking a beating behind the plate and is as tough as they come. So. Hailey Brotherton was given an opportunity as has made the most of it to this point. Hailey would go 5-6 at the plate with a double, 4 R's, 4 RBI's and 3 SB in her two starts and first ever at the varsity level. So. Alexis Grime rounds out the lineup and gives us some punch at the bottom of the lineup. Alexis is continuing to work on the mechanics in the circle and does a great job in the field and at the plate. Grime was 3-9 with a double, 4 RBI's and a SB. So. Ashley Palfrey would add a double on Thursday against the Falcons and give the Tigers their 45th hit of the week.

Tiger bats erupt again at LC Invite
Mar 17, 2019 9:06 AM

The Lady Tigers came out on fire for the entire day defeating Ferndale 31-14 in the opener and finished the night cap with a 27-17 victory of Lynden Christian. The Tigers would blast 5 homeruns on the day, 2 grand slams and collected 58 hits to get back to even in the W-L column. Sr. Sam Vanderwel hit for the cycle against Ferndale and would collect another blast against Lynden Christian in Grand Salami fashion. Sam finished the day 9-12 with 8 RBI's. Sr. Jillian Zachry went 6-9 on the day with a double, 9 runs scored and 6 RBI's. Jilly would also collect her first win of the season in the circle. Sr. Jaiden Waud got her first blast of the year coming in the 2nd inning against L.C. Jaiden would finish the day 6-10, 2 doubles, a homerun and 8 RBI's. Jr. Nicole Jocobi has been a steady force for us in CF but would find her swing on this day and deposit our 1st Grand Slam of the day. The junior was perfect at the plate in the night cap going 4-4 and finished out the day 6-7, 7 runs scored and 6 RBI's. So. 3rd baseman Addison Dennis would get the scoring going for the Tigers in the first inning with a two run blast and 1 of her 7 hits on the day. Addi was very impressive at the plate today, she had great focus and is starting to hit the ball harder and harder. She would collect 8 RBI's on the day and also add a triple and a double. So. Loralai Bates has been a wonderful addition to the every day lineup. She is making the routine plays and then some in LF. Loralai would go 6-11 on the day with a double, 4 runs scored and 2 RBI's. So. Alexis Grime caught the bug too and went a stellar 5-8 at the plate with a double, 7 runs scored and 3 RBI's. The Sophomore would pick up the win in the first game and is getting more comfortable in the circle and we are excited to see her develop more as we progress through the season. So. Ashley Palfrey had some great at bats and finished the day 2-6 with 6 runs scored and a double. Ashley was dialed in and had a 10 pitch base on balls and fouled off at least 6 of the pitches to keep the inning alive.

The entire squad was able to get in to the first game and get some experience at the Varsity level.

It was a very impressive day by the Tigers and if they can continue to be dialed in like they were today, we will be a viable contender.

Seahawks rain on Tigers in opener
Mar 13, 2019 10:07 PM

The Granite Falls Lady Tigers opened up Tuesday against the Seahawks of Anacortes. The Tigers would jump on them early in the contest plating 6 runs in the top half of the 1st inning. Sr. Jaiden Waud would get things going for us singling up the middle and scoring So. Addison Dennis. Sr. Sam Vanderwel would follow with a double, So. Ashley Palfrey would also single and So. Alexis Grime's blast up the middle would score 2 more Tiger runs. In the bottom half of the inning the Seahawks would plate 16 batters and score 10 in the first. In the thrid inning the Lady Tigers would again get things going when So. Loralai Bates would lead off with a double and score later on Sr. Jillian Zachry's single. The Tigers would also put 3 runs up in the 5th and 1 in the sixth before the contest was called.

The Lady Tigers will be up next at home Thursday March 14 @ 4:00 against Lakewoood.

2019 Marysville MP Jamboree
Mar 10, 2019 4:44 PM

The Lady Tigers got off to a slow start on a chilly/frozen morning but were able to take away many positive things on the day. Sr. Jaiden Waud went 2 for 3 with an RBI, Sr. Sam Vanderwel belted a triple and was solid in the field. So. Loralai Bates blasted one for a 2 run inside the park homerun and also played well in the field. So. Addison Dennis collected a pair of singles on the day and did a great job in the OF and at 2B. So. Kaitlyn Cramer stepped up collected a hit, played some outfield and pitched two innings in the circle. Sr. Maddison Hubbard did a good job behind the plate for 2 games and had some quality at bats. So. Alexis Grime threw 2 innings against Arlington and did a good job of using her defense and throwing strikes. Sr. Jillian Zachry wanted the ball the first game and did a good job of throwing strikes and allowing the defense to make some plays. We had some opportunities to shut them down, we just didn't make a few plays and it cost us a few runs. We have to learn how to make the routine plays and not allow more opportunities by giving them more outs and making our pitcher throw more than we want.

The JV girls played 3 good games and were ahead 2 of the 3 games. So. Ashley Palfrey pitched 2 solid innings and swung the bat well. Fr. Jaydin Corbin also threw 2 good innings in the circle and took a liner off the left bicep and was able to continue and finish the game. Fr. Trinity Freeman pitched two innings and handled the bat very well lining 2 solid base hits.

Overall, it was great to get outside and match up against other teams. I think we can have a great year if we continue to want to get better and be confident in our abilities. It should be an interesting regular season as we tinker with things to get where we want to be in the post season.

2019 Lady Tigers
Mar 10, 2019 5:14 PM

The Granite Falls Lady Tigers are coming off an 11-10 2018 campaign and another trip to post season play. The Tigers faced the Wildcats of Arch Bishop in a play in game at Arch Bishop where the Tigers would plate 6 runners in the top half of the 1st inning. It seemed as though the Lady Tigers would not be denied but could not put together any more runs while surrendering 15 runs to put an end to our season. The team only loses 2 seniors to graduation and have a very solid ball club defensively and offensively returning. Seniors: Jillian Zachry, Jaiden Waud, Madison Hubbard & Samantha Vanderwel have had tremendous numbers, great leadership abilities and a great mindset for the game. In 2018, Zachry hit .611 and was collectively one of the best hitters in the league. Waud belted 6 homeruns had 30 RBI's and hit .406 on the year. Vanderwel and Hubbard both hit .330 or better and made it difficult for opposing teams to pitch around us. The Tigers welcomed newcomers Addison Dennis, Alexis Grime and Loralai Bates who contributed quite a bit with their versatility and athleticism. Junior, Nicole Jacobi has 2 years of experience under her belt and we look for her to have the best year yet in a Tiger Uniform. The incoming class of freshman have good numbers and talent. The competitive practices and abilities will help us keep us on our toes and battle for a league championship in 2019.

The Lady Tigers 2019 schedule includes the restructure of our conference (North Sound) and a few new Non-Conference games. This spring the team will travel to Chelan April 2nd and play a double header during Spring break. Other Non-conference games include Lakewood, Anacortes, Vashon Island, Bellevue Christian and the Lynden Christian Invite on Saturday March 16th. The Coupeville Wolves enter into the conference and will add a quality team to the North Sound.

The Lady Tigers have signed 6 players to college softball contracts in the past 4 years. Lauren Harding -Linfield College, Makenzie McLaughlin- Northwest University, Taylor Arndt- EVCC, Huntter Lingle-SVCC and our current Seniors Jillian Zachry and Samantha Vanderwel have signed with Bellevue and Presentation College in South Dakota. We are excited for all our student athletes that put themselves on the line, put the extra hours in, keep in good academic standing and dedicate themselves to being the best they can be.

In 2018, the Tigers were able to field enough players to create a jv schedule and play 7 games. This is a huge benefactor in our program as it leads to more experience, more confident/ satisfied players and a competitive atmosphere in the dugout. We were very happy that we had the turnout we had and the girls had a chance to put their new skills to the test.

Once again, the Tiger fans were a class act and gave a tremendous amount of support to their team and their daughters. granddaughter and great granddaughters. Thank you for making it such a great place to coach. A special thanks to Pat Mizel for taking care of our field. Hands down, one of the best fields in the conference. It doesn't get much better than this as far as playing surface, drainage and the overall appearance of Judy Roache Field.

I want to thank Greg Farley, Brandon Zachry, Dale Bechtholdt and Tom FitzGerald for all the help they have given me and the program since the 2014 campaign. It is imperitive to have good help, good leadership and good friends


Tuesday
Varsity Coupeville Home GFHS 4:00 PM
Thursday
Varsity Cedar Park Chr. (Bothell) Away CPCHS 4:00 PM


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