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Jayden Chestnut fires a pitch at Mustang on Friday morning during the Lady Broncos’ scrimmage against Tuttle. (Staff photo by Derek Brown)
By Derek Brown
Staff Writer

The last time that the Mustang Lady Broncos were on the field together was last year in the state semi-finals. This year the Lady Broncos will take the field for the first time together at Lawton Eisenhower on August 31 at noon.

Mustang has returned it’s star pitcher in Jayden Chestnut who is now a sophomore. Mustang will have three starting seniors on this year’s squad. Stormi Miller will play at first base and at catcher.

Keirra Miles will fill up centerfield and Cordney Bennett looks to have taken over second base.
Mustang lost three seniors from last year that made up the center of the field with a catcher, shortstop and centerfielder. 

The Lady Broncos look to fill the voids left by All-Staters Shelbi Legg at centerfield and Kyndra Holasek at shortstop.

The Mustang Lady Broncos are looking to continue and build on the success that they had last year when they finished the season at 34-3 and a trip to the state tournament. 

Mustang’s softball team has won the state title one time in their school history in 1988. The Lady Broncos would like this year to be remembered as a state championship team as well.

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