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Capital Bruins Softball Sees Versatility as Strength in 2016

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The Capital Bruins are less than a week away from their opening game on March 31 as they look to rebound after falling in a loser out match up with Great Falls High at the state tournament last year. After losing their short stop McKenzie Johnston, second baseman Brittany Smith, and center fielder Sydney Ladas to graduation, this year the Bruins feel that their biggest weapon is their versatility with girls who can play anywhere, making their lineup combinations more dangerous.

"We've got replacements in those spots," said Bruins head coach Mike Miller. "We're just going to have to figure out where they're going to fit best."

"We're really working around, seeing who fits where," said Bruins senior infielder Madi Quick. "We're really changing up the line up to see what works best, who works the best together, and communicating. So it's really like we're starting all over again this year. So it should be interesting and I think it'll be fun."

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