Release Point

Release Point
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ISBN10: 
0985118423
ISBN13: 
9780985118426
Pages: 
312
Published: 
May 1st 2012 by Barringer Publishing/Schlesinger Advertising
Rating: 
4.33

"Fantastic finish to the book! Uplifting and inspiring! is book takes the reader, young and old, athlete and non-athlete, to that special place where high achievement and true character meet!" There's bad blood between the Dooleys and Blackhawks. Charlene Dooley and Raven Blackhawk, one a pitcher and the other a power hitting catcher, are rising stars in their sport of fastpitch softball. e combative girls collide during a hotly contested game as pre-teens leaving Raven injured and unable to compete for several years. Despite her impairment, Raven continues working in the barn at home and develops into an amazing pitcher while Charlene is the talk of the softball community as she pursues High School All American status. But things change when Raven decides to make a come back her junior year of high school as Charlene starts her senior year. Fearful of not passing her sports physical, the entire student body rallies behind Raven and attends her eligibility hearing with hilarious results. But this isn't their only concern.Disillusioned after consecutive losing seasons, not enough girls want to play softball at Raven's school, forcing the administration to consider canceling the season. To the delight of fans, a surprising group of girls come to the rescue filling the vacant roster spots. As high school upperclassmen, Raven and Charlene lead their teams to undefeated regular seasons setting up a winner take all show down in the state championship game that attracts ESPN and a national audience. As the game concludes, the girls resolve their life-long conflict-and the game- in a shocking way that leaves the reader amazed and inspired. Release Point is a must read for any player, parent, coach or fan of fastpitch softball-or any youth sport.

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