Lafayette pitcher Kecia Stephens says she's not tiptoeing her way around the softball field despite being sidelined twice. "I really feel like God has given me the ability to come back from it," she said. "And I just feel extremely blessed. So I go all out."
Lafayette pitcher Kecia Stephens says she's not tiptoeing her way around the softball field despite being sidelined twice. "I really feel like God has given me the ability to come back from it," she said. "And I just feel extremely blessed. So I go all out." Herald-Leader
Lafayette pitcher Kecia Stephens says she's not tiptoeing her way around the softball field despite being sidelined twice. "I really feel like God has given me the ability to come back from it," she said. "And I just feel extremely blessed. So I go all out." Herald-Leader

Lafayette softball standout still swinging after breaking back — twice

April 15, 2015 11:10 PM

UPDATED April 15, 2015 11:46 PM

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