By: Mark Vaughn Email
By: Mark Vaughn Email
The players on the P.C. Rage are getting some serious competition at the USFA World Series as well as some great exposure for scouts.

The U.S.A. National Softball Team has had to scale back, well, just about everything now that the Olympic Committee no longer supports or recognizes its sport.

A local squad that's played rather well at this week's U.S.F.A. event is the Panama City Rage, a team playing in the U-18 division. The Rage 2 and 1 through pool play, putting them in the winners bracket and their first game there, they nailed down a 5-0 win over the Indy Bandits Wednesday, and another with yesterday. That had them playing on today, which for the players on this particular team a very good thing because for many it advances their chances of getting much needed exposure in front of college scouts.

Ronnie Brannon
P.C. Rage Head Coach

"For colleges, there's a lot of college scouts out here looking for players, so we're trying to do our best to get theses girls on to college. A lot of high schools don't play good teams. They play some good, some bad. Out here they're all good. Every team you play is good, every team."

The Rage ending their run with a 3-2 loss to the Bayou Gators Friday.ion an

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