Four Bulldog softball players are college-bound

Published: Monday, January 27, 2014 at 01:23 PM.

Her decision to sign with the Boll Weevils came down to feeling Enterprise was the best fit.

"I just really liked the coaches and the field," she said. "And the environment really felt like home. I met all the girls and it was like they have been my teammates my whole life."

Sowell echoed Dardon's sentiments.

"The coaches seemed like they cared more than anybody else," Sowell said. "I liked the school and I liked the community. I just liked that it is a small southern town and it kind of seems like everybody knows everybody.

"It will give me a chance to experience life without my parents, but when I need them they won't be too far away."

Alexander said Enterprise reminds her of Crestview. And like Dardon and Sowell, she was impressed with the Enterprise coaching staff.

Alexander believes she has a lot to offer her future team.

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