Bartram Trail softball coach Jen Harman wins her 400th game

Contributed Bartram Trail’s softball team celebrates coach Jen Harman’s 400th career victory on Wednesday night. The Bears defeated First Coast 3-0. Harman, who improved her record with the Bears to 400-89, is at the right end of the back row.

SOFTBALL

 

BARTRAM TRAIL 3,

FIRST COAST 0

Bartram Trail’s softball players were prepared Wednesday. After defeating First Coast 3-0 at home, the Bears all donned T-Shirts that read 400 wins to honor their coach, Jen Harman, who notched her 400th career victory with the shutout.

Harman improved to 400-89 in her 17 years as Bartram Trail’s head coach. She is second on the career wins list among Northeast Florida active head softball coaches behind Matt Lewis of Clay. After the game, the Bears dumped a cooler of water on their coach and posed for a team picture wearing their T-shirts for the occasion with a poster that read, “400th Win.”

The Bears improved to 16-4 on the season. Olivia Creamer (4-0) scattered seven hits, struck out one and did not walk a batter to register her second shutout of the season. Bartram Trail also had seven hits. Reedy Davenport drove in the Bears’ first run with a single in the third, and Anna Cowling added a two-run single in the sixth. First Coast dropped to 11-8. Bartram will host Ponte Vedra at 6 p.m. today.

BASEBALL

BISHOP SNYDER 10,

ST. JOSEPH 1

Kyle Sowards had two hits for St. Joseph in the road loss. Chris Allen pitched six innings to earn the win for Bishop Snyder.

 

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