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13 and counting: Dr. Phillips softball streak now a program record | Observer Preps

The Panthers' sweep of Lake Nona this week brings them to 14-1 on the season and extended the team's current win streak to 13 games.
by: Steven Ryzewski Senior Sports Editor

The Dr. Phillips softball program has officially entered uncharted waters.

The Panthers' 12-5 win over Lake Nona March 15 extended the team's current winning-streak to 13 games — setting a program record. Dr. Phillips, which gets a breather next week for spring break, has not lost in a month — the Panthers lost to Bishop Moore Feb. 16.

In DP's most recent win, senior catcher Hannah Eden went 5-for-5 with two doubles, driving in five runs and scoring twice. Panthers ace Raychel Trocki again got the win for DP — her 13th of the season. Trocki, a junior, has a whopping 118 strikeouts so far this spring.

On the season, Eden leads the team at the plate with 18 RBIs and a .446 average. Daija Benn and Gracie Lopez lead the team in on-base percentage (.525 and .524, respectively) and runs scored (26 and 23, respectively).

As a team, Dr. Phillips is averaging 8.27 runs per game.

The Panthers return to action after spring break in an away game at Apopka March 27.

Steven Ryzewski is the Senior Sports Editor for, as well as all three of Observer Media Group's print publications in Orange County. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida....

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