Making the KHSAA All State softball team for Raceland’s Morgan Curley was a natural. She was talented!! She was a catcher/outfielder in high school and is listed in college as a utility player, which shows her versatility.
Here is a bit that shows how talented Curley was in high school:
She made the All-Area Team 2015-18 and was All-Area Player of the Year in 2016 and 2018 
Named to the All State 1st Team in 2017 and 2018..
In head to head competition batting against the best pitcher this state has ever known in the sport (Montana Fouts) the left handed hitting Curley went 5 for 10 with four walks. If you followed Fouts’ career you know these are impressive numbers. Fouts’ held the state all-time single-season-best 0.09 ERA, tossed 12 no-hitters and eight perfect games, and amassed 481 strikeouts in 261 frames, according to the Daily Independent,. So now the 5 for 10 batting against her that Curley posted over four seasons really stand out, don’t they?
Morgan Curley is now playing collegiately for the Young Harris College Mountaineers in northern Georgia. In a mid March report of the Peach Belt Conference, of which Young Harris College is a member, came the news that Curley was named the conference Player of The Week : “Curley hit .333 in eight games last week with one home run and seven RBIs. The home run was a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the seventh as the Mountain Lions beat Lee 8-4. The freshman DP and utility player from Flatwoods, Ky., had three multi-hit games on the week, including a combined 4-for-9 in a twinbill against Francis Marion. She drew eight walks for a .485 on-base percentage and had a .458 slugging percentage. Curley is tied for second in the PBC in triples and is ninth in on-base percentage.”
Can we hear a “WOW”?