MFHS girls compete in FCA All-Star Softball in San Marcos

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Three Marble Falls senior softball players competed in the recent Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Game in San Marcos. The Gold Team won, 9-7. (From left), Elicia Gonzales received the MVP award for the gold team with two doubles
and four RBIs. Also with her on the team were Summer Riley, Jaden DeLeon and Coach Tim Richter.

Marble Falls Mustangs Softball Program had three players participate in the very first Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Softball game held this past Monday night at San Marcos High School. 

Jaden Deleon, Elicia Gonzales and Summer Riley, all three Seniors, where chosen and selected by over 33 schools in the FCA's Central Zone Area.

The three seniors, along with 33 other softball players, took part in festivities that included a youth softball camp, a banquet dinner highlighted by special guest speaker, former Philadelphia Eagles player Rich Garza, fellowship with current SEC Tennessee Lady Volunteer player from Thrall, Texas, Chelsea Seggern, and several current and former Texas State softball players.

“I was lucky enough to be the Head Coach of the Gold Team which included the three Mustang Players,” Coach Tim Richter said. “All three played extremely well and I am very proud of all of them.”

Elicia Gonzales was voted Gold Team MVP and went 2 for 4 with two doubles, four RBIs and scored two runs.

Summer Riley pitched two complete innings giving up only one earned run on two hits with one strikeout and one walk.

Jaden Deleon was on her game making, as Richter described it, “Two incredible catches in the outfield.”

“Even though there was an All-Star game, this was more for the ladies to dedicate themselves to fellowship and to create memories they will never forget.” Richter said. 

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