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Luschar leading Oregon softball

Plus, other area athletes competing at the collegiate ranks

Kailee Luschar

Kailee Luschar

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Kailee Luschar has continued her red-hot tear this season as a junior with the University of Oregon softball team.

The Ducks are 12-8 and Luschar leads the team with a .485 batting average.

The Carson High alumna has recorded 33 hits in 20 games as the Ducks leadoff hitter and has a triple and five RBIs.

She also leads the team with 15 stolen bases, including tying the school record with four steals in one game against Mount St. Mary’s on Feb. 29.

Luschar is sixth in the nation in hits and fourth in the nation in steals.

Kailee’s sister, Kedre, is sporting a .250 batting average in 13 appearances with the Ducks.


Northcutt succeeding with Bethel College

Anna Northcutt, a Douglas High alumna and Bethel College junior, has posted a .300 batting average through 20 at-bats in her junior season.

She’s scored three runs in her seven starts in the outfield.

Northcutt, a Kansas City Athletic Conference scholar-athlete selection last season, has also been on the dean’s list in each of her five semesters at Bethel College.

The Threshers started the season 5-7.

(Anna Northcutt)

Natividad scoring at San Joaquin Delta College

2021 Douglas High School graduate Gabe Natividad has scored 13 runs in 16 games with San Joaquin Delta College this spring.

The redshirt freshman has four hits and the Mustangs have a 12-8 record this spring.

(Gabe Natividad)

Quilling continuing to mash at Colorado Christian

Camryn Qulling has 15 hits, two doubles and a home run through 19 games played in her junior season with Colorado Christian softball.

The Carson High School alumna has recorded a .333 batting average this spring with an .885 OPS while driving in 16 RBI.

(Camryn Quilling)

Taggart opens spring golf with Colorado School of Mines

After being named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year in 2023, sophomore Lukas Taggart is putting together more solid outings with the Colorado School of Mines golf team.

To open the spring, Taggart and the Orediggers traveled to Las Vegas for the 2024 Las Vegas Desert Classic.

The Carson High alum shot a 69-79-72 to finished tied for 48th and third on his team.

(Lukas Taggart)


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