Even the players admit they're a little shocked by their early success. However, they do know how to win together. Many of them have played on the same teams since recreation softball.
They believe that's helping.
"We weren't expecting to be this good, but we knew that we had something special," says sophomore McKenzie Newell. "We always play as one team. We never get down. If we're losing or anything, we just keep our heads up. And we just come together and pull together as a team."
The Lady Rams' only loss of the season came in region play, against Thomas Co. Central. They begin a run of region opponents Tuesday, and hope to keep the winning ways going.
Hathcock believes this team is just hitting their stride.
"It's limitless right now," he says. "I don't think we've reached our peak yet."
Worth County travels to Bainbridge Tuesday.
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