Sophomore Badger Brandi Sneed blasts a double into left field for Yosemite High during a 7-2 loss to Sierra High on April 19. “I was like woah, was that me,” Sneed laughed. “Just kidding, it was cool. It was exciting.”
Sophomore Badger Brandi Sneed blasts a double into left field for Yosemite High during a 7-2 loss to Sierra High on April 19. “I was like woah, was that me,” Sneed laughed. “Just kidding, it was cool. It was exciting.” Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star
Sophomore Badger Brandi Sneed blasts a double into left field for Yosemite High during a 7-2 loss to Sierra High on April 19. “I was like woah, was that me,” Sneed laughed. “Just kidding, it was cool. It was exciting.” Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star

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