By Evan Grice
There aren’t many things that Bre Davis hasn’t accomplished during her time as a Piedmont Lady Wildcat softball player.
But, this past Tuesday she scratched off yet another accomplishment in her amazing career as a member of the PHS softball team.
Davis was named the first ever Piedmont Lady Wildcat to ever receiver Class 5A All-State honors, and will be playing in the All-State game in 2014.
“I’m so proud for Bre and every member of her family,” Piedmont softball coach Rick Scott said. “She is not only an outstanding softball player but an even better person. But, she will be the first to tell you her thanks goes to God, her coaches, family and teammates.”
“She’s always quick to give others credit. But, I’ll say this much, she always gave her best effort to me in every single game. We never had any problems with her, and we could always turn to her when we needed something. We’re all very excited that she is the first ever Lady Wildcat to receive Class 5A All-State honors. It was my honor and privilege to have gotten to coach her.”
Davis finished with an average of .408, which included 40 hits and 44 RBI. She also hit 10 home runs this season for the Lady Wildcats along with a .877 slugging percentage, and has already committed to play for the University of Central Oklahoma.
“All I can say that I’m beyond blessed,” Davis said about receiving the honor. “I couldn’t have done any of this without the amazing support from my family, coaches, and teammates. All glory to God for this amazing accomplishment.”
Davis added that she couldn’t have asked for a better senior season, especially with the group of coaches she had supporting her.
“It’s been amazing this season,” she said. “Everyone has grown as a player in so many ways. My coaches never stopped pushing me to get better. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of coaches or teammates to be associated with this season.”