GOODMAN --- Four Holmes Community College Bulldog softball players received team awards following the season. Teagun Barnes of Brandon received the Offensive Award, Lexie Bounds of Forest received the Evolution Award, Mary Clayton Burrell of Sallis received the Most Valuable Player Award and Brooklyne Eubanks of Mize received the Pitching Award.
Barnes, who played right field for the Lady Bulldogs, led the team in hitting with a .321 average including 44 hits with eight doubles, one triple, three homeruns and 28 RBI. She scored 19 runs.
Bounds, who played left field for the Lady Bulldogs, finished with 14 hits and 12 runs with five doubles and five RBI.
Burrell, who pitched and played first base for the Lady Bulldogs, finished with a 4.14 ERA. She pitched 98 innings and had 76 strikeouts and 13 walks. Burrell also batted .269 with seven hits including one double and six RBI. She scored two runs.
Eubanks, who pitched for the Lady Bulldogs, finished with a 5.03 ERA. She pitched 96 innings and had 40 strikeouts and 24 walks.