Junior Bella Galloway and senior Joy Tyrlick had record-breaking seasons in softball at Campbell High School. Both girls had amazing stats for the year, but Galloway’s were off-the-charts. Both girls also excel in the classroom, as both have a 4.0+ on the weighted GPA scale (Galloway: 4.09; Tyrlick: 4.68).
Finishing the season with a .586 batting average (.502 career), Galloway (positions: third base and catcher) amassed 45 hits this season and broke the school record for career hits with 112. She contributed to Campbell scoring with 26 RBIs (59 career) and 36 runs (89 career). She is on-base more often than she is off with a staggering .574 career on-base percentage. Bella also managed to steal 27 bases. Defensively, she was a force as well; her career fielding percentage is an astounding .903, especially considering that she plays third base.
Close behind Galloway with her own impressive numbers, Tyrlick (positions: outfield and pitcher) finished with a .463 batting average (.372 career) and a .574 on-base percentage (.488 career). She had 25 hits for the year (100 career) with 16 RBIs (49 career) and 28 runs (105 career). Also a gifted fielder, Tyrlick finished the year with a .947 fielding percentage (.873 career).
Congratulations to Bella and Joy for an amazing season and to Coach Joshua Kimball and the rest of the Campbell Spartan Softball team. Great job!