Big Bend softball team recognized for academic achievement

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  • Aubree Barney

  • 1

    Chance Barg

  • 2

    Dacia Hobbs

  • 3

    Savannah Hughes

  • Aubree Barney

  • 1

    Chance Barg

  • 2

    Dacia Hobbs

  • 3

    Savannah Hughes

MOSES LAKE ó Big Bendís softball team was recognized by Easton and the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) for its academic achievements.

The Vikings had a combined total grade point average of 3.390 for the 2017-18 academic year, which was the 18th-highest GPA in the nation.

Chance Barg (3.910), Savannah Hughes (3.880), Dacia Hobbs (3.840) and Aubree Barney (3.630) were also named Easton/NFCA All-American Scholar-Athletes.

Big Bend was the only softball team from the Northwest Athletic Conference to receive this award.

ó Staff report

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