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Copiah-Lincoln Lady Wolves softball program picks up Frazier from Bogue Chitto

Bogue Chitto senior Julianna Frazier recently signed a letter-of-intent to continue her softball career at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. 

Frazier is just the next in a long, long line of Lady Bobcats to play for CLCC. Co-Lin head coach Meleah Howard knows what it’s like to go from Bogue Chitto to Wesson as she did the same thing as a high school senior. She’s expecting big things from Frazier at the dish next year.

“Julianna is a jam up player with lots of power at the plate,” said Howard. “Her work ethic and stellar attitude are attributes we look for in our players.”

BC coach Kris Smith is looking for a big senior season from Frazier when the Lady Cats take the field in the spring. He says Co-Lin is getting a good player and a great teammate.

“They are getting a very hard worker and one of the best hitters I’ve ever had the pleasure of coaching,” said Smith. “She’s always in a good mood which helps keep the rest of the team loose and ready to play. She’s just a joy to coach and be around.”

Frazier was voted 2020 homecoming queen by her peers. So far in the 2021 class Howard has also inked Megan Loyd of Northwest Rankin High and Maddie Weeks of Clinton Christian Academy.