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San Luis’ Osuna blazes softball trail to midwest

Stacy Osuna is the first softball player in program history to sign a college letter of intent to play softball outside the state of Arizona

SAN LUIS, Ariz. ( KYMA, KECY-TV ) - On Friday June 10th, 2022, San Luis softball player signed her college letter of intent to play softball at Central Christian College in Kansas.

"Ever since I started playing I've wanted to play at the next level," Osuna said. "My mom [ Marlene Osuna ] would get me on the travel teams to get me more experience."

All of the long days of practice, games and traveling to tournaments paid off. Osuna also is the first player in the history San Luis' softball program to sign a college letter of intent to play softball outside the state of Arizona.

"I don't have the words to describe my emotions right now," Osuna said. "I'm just very happy."

Osuna says if it wasn't for her mother Marlene, this moment never would've happened. She also excited to see the world and what it has to offer outside of the state of Arizona.

"I wanted to try something and go somewhere far from Arizona," Osuna said. "'I'm very excited that I reached my goal and I wouldn't be able to do this if it wasn't for my mom who was always there for me, by herself, always traveling with me, I'm grateful for her."

This past season, Osuna and the San Luis softball team reached the state playoffs for the first time in program history, falling to Hamilton in the play-in round. Osuna says defeating Kofa for the first time to start the season was another enjoyable moment. Osuna plays third base and middle infield.

Osuna plans to major in social work and we wish her nothing but the best in her very bright future.

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Scott Gross

Scott Gross joins the KYMA team as the CBS 13 sports director and weather forecaster. Scott comes to the Desert Southwest all the way from Alaska where he covered the military and education beats for KTVA-TV & KTUU-TV.

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