Katie Roux's Leadership Shines - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Katie Roux's Leadership Shines

 

     Losing isn't easy.
     Neither is it fair.
     Especially for McNeese Softball, who was swept out of the Southland Tournament after dominating conference play throughout the regular season. But when you're faced with adversity like this, the response tells you all you need to know about a team's character
     And when you hear commitment like that from Senior Katie Roux, its scary to think how the Cowgirls could improve on their 38 wins from last year. But with returning most of their team, the future is bright.
     Now Roux will be looked upon to lead this young, yet experienced group and she's getting her practice this summer with an even younger group.
     At your service in Lake Charles, Seth Lewis KPLC 7 Sports.

 

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