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Colorado 4A State Champions:
1996, 1999, 2001
In the female game that arguably has progressed the most since sanctioning in 1990, Mustangs softballers have evolved along with it. In winning their three state titles over a six-year span, they also have been regulars in the postseason.


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  • Varsity

    1, Ona Medina, C/OF, Fr.
    2, Bella Hawkins, SS, Sr.
    3, Emma DiGiacomo, 2B, Sr.
    4, Avery Panozzo, C, Jr
    6, Madelyn Bertsch, OF/1B, Jr.
    7, Emily Simms, 2B, OF, So.
    8, Lucia Hurtado, OF/1B, Jr.
    9, Joliana Encinias, 2B/OF, Jr.
    10, Bella Aragon, CF, So.
    11, Elizabeth Brady, P/1B, So.
    12, Romie Gutierrez, OF/C, So.
    13, Morgan Margeson, P/3B, So.
    14, Leah Linares, 3B/OF, Fr.
    15, Emmy Holz, SS/OF, So.
    16, Lily Hawkins, 1B/OF, Fr.
    17, Julia Martin, 2B/OF, Fr.
    18, Maggie Bertsch, 3B/SS, Jr.

Mustangs in the News

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  • Prep re-opening on June 1

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Caution, intelligence and patience will be required, but it's a start -- individual decisions to be made at the local level.
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  • Zoom workouts starting June 2nd

    Grant Stewart
    Mullen Sports Performance is conducting live, Zoom workouts for all Mullen students starting Tuesday June 2nd.  No exercise equipment or weights are required, but can be used.  Email Coach Stewart, stewart@mullenhigh.com and join the Google Classroom to register for dates and times.  The Google Classroom code is: uhh2n6i.  Updates will also be on Twitter @mullen_strength and Instagram @mullensportsperformance
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  • Staying optimistic, Issue 32

    Avery Panozzo, Mullen Junior
    As a catcher in softball, Avery Panozzo knows how to take charge, serve as a kind of quarterback and maintain her composure. It’s how she’s handling herself during the coronavirus (COVID-19). Centering on the memories she has from the school year, the junior also writes for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times about seniors who were robbed of finales, staying in shape the best she can, staying optimistic about the future, missing her classmates and teachers, and remaining determined.
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Photos by John Leyba