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Three teammates sign on to play at Yavapai
Written by Staci Gasser   
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 00:00

Three former Mingus Union Marauders who have played together since Little League, are staying together and taking their softball talents to Yavapai College.

Yavapai College Athletic Director Brad Clifford, left, prepares Torey Gillies, Angelina Saucedo and Bailey Mabery to sign their National Letters of Intent to play softball for the Yavapai College Roughriders. The three former Marauders are part of a 10-player recruiting class for the Division I NJCAA program that finished its past season 36-19 and made a sixth consecutive post-season appearance.Torey Gillies, Bailey Mabery and Angelina Saucedo all signed their letters of intent to play for the community college in Prescott earlier this month.

Bailey Mabery, center, signs her National Letter of Intent to play softball at Yavapai College with her family around her. Mabery, who’s known for her power, will compete for a spot in the outfield as a Roughrider. From left (seated): sister Morgan Mabery, mother Gayle Mabery, Bailey Mabery, father Scott Mabery. Standing, from left: former coach Heather Wacker, MUHS Head Coach John Brown and Yavapai College Athletic Director Brad Clifford.“To say I’m proud to have Mingus kids go to a program I helped with in the past is an understatement,” said Jim Brown, the head coach of MUHS Softball and the Verde Valley Heat. “These girls will represent Mingus, the Verde Valley Heat and our community with a passion for the game and a strong work ethic. I am very excited to see them play next year and beyond.”

Torey Gillies, center, signs her National Letter of Intent to play softball for Yavapai College. Gillies, who played second base and tied the school record for most doubles, will be battling for the first or second base position as a Roughrider. Seated from left: sister Kelby Gillies, mother Kelly Gillies, Torey Gillies and father Ben Gillies. Standing from left: MUHS Head Coach John Brown and Yavapai College Athletic Director Brad Clifford.Brown played the chief role in getting the girls exposure to the Yavapai College softball program. His daughter and former Marauder, Miranda Tapia, played for the Yavapai softball team, so Brown was able to get the girls an introduction and tryout spots.

Angelina Saucedo, center, signs her National Letter of Intent to play softball for Yavapai College. Saucedo, who was ranked as a top three pitcher in Arizona, will be joining two returning pitchers and one incoming pitcher in the bullpen as a Roughrider. Seated from left: Saucedo’s sister, father, Angelina Saucedo and step-mother. Standing from left: former coach Heather Wacker, MUHS Head Coach John Brown and Yavapai College Athletic Director Brad Clifford.“They [Yavapai] never saw us play, so we went out to show them in the tryout,” Saucedo said. “And I guess they liked me.”

The closeness of the school to home and the success of the softball program were the two main factors in the girls choosing Yavapai, and the school was on the top of all three girls’ lists before playing softball for the Roughriders was even an option.

For the full story, please see the Wednesday, July 10 issue of the Cottonwood Journal Extra.

 

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