Girl's Sports

Lady Sharks Prepare for Tarpon Springs

Brooksville, Fla.-- The environment in the gym at Nature Coast Tech seemed different on Tuesday night. It may have been a sense of confidence or a sense of accomplishment; overall it was different.

The sharks five starters: Alysia Graham, Meryah Delaine, Dakota Danna, Kendyl Helfand, and Heaven Lee played their home court during the first half as a well-organized team. Plays, teamwork, communication were all there.

Bleacher Talk Play by Play Springstead vs. Nature Coast

Wednesday, March 13, 2019, at Nature Coast High School, it's a clear nice cool night for girls softball. Players are introduced and team stats provided. Springstead Eagles have five wins and two losses, while Nature Coast has four wins and three losses. Both teams stand on the field for the National Anthem, some players swaying side to side in anticipation of the game. End of the Anthem you can hear cheers echo in the cool night. Let's play ball.

Top of the 1st inning.

Sharks’ Reid and Bears' York have the scoring touch

Photography by Alice Mary Herden

Chelsea Reid

Three seasons ago, Chelsea Reid was a freshman, called up to the varsity roster during the stretch run and filling the gap for an injured senior leader. Now Reid is the senior, still making an impact for Nature Coast, as the team’s top scoring threat. “She’s having a senior season, for sure,” Nature Coast head coach Lisa Masserio said. “We have definitely depended on her a lot for scoring, which is similar to last year. She was our leading scorer last year.