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Queens Grant Takes the Crown



Tiffany Walston

Elite Performance Driven by Growth Mindset

The Queens Grant ladies have been dominating in their recent games this season. During  a double-header against the Greater Cabarrus last week, the softball team secured a 16-4 victory in the first game. Despite a stronger effort from Greater Cabarrus in the second match, Queens Grant emerged victorious with a final score of 20-10. 


Alyssa Steele was instrumental in the win, earning the title of player of the game by going 3-for-4 with two stolen bases, five RBI, and two runs. Lily Schott also shined, scoring three runs and stealing a base while going 1-for-2.


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Addi Benton’s contributions were crucial, both on the mound and at bat. She struck out seven batters in five innings and scored a run while stealing a base, finishing 1-for-3. Benton was named Charlotte Observer Athlete of the Week and the title is very fitting. So far this season Benton has 23 RBI, 62 K, and is batting .483 with 3 home runs. The Stallions are stronger with Benton on the roster. 


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Taking in the honor, Benton expressed:

“Being athlete of the week is a great accomplishment; I will never fail to remind myself that somewhere between the athlete, hours of practice, coaches who have pushed me, is a little girl who fell in love with the game and never looked back.”

The Stallions continued their winning streak when they defeated Langtree Charter on Monday with a final score of 20-7. A standout performance during the Stallions victory was sophomore Harmony Hernandez who scored three runs while going 3-for-3.


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The Stallions have shown a strong commitment to improvement and winning games this season, clearly embodying a growth mindset. Coach Don Nicholas reflected on their recent achievements stating:

"Our team's motto this season, displayed on every player and coach's shirt, is OWN IT. This motto emphasizes taking accountability for one's actions, choices, and decisions both on and off the field."

Queens Grant will play at home on Wednesday against Christ the King at 4:30 p.m.

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