Through out his senior year of high school, Chris Beck prepared for the grueling schedule of playing college baseball.
With a scholarship to Georgia Southern in his back pocket, he woke up every morning at 5:30 to train, went to his classes and then participated in practices or games after school. That's what life as a college baseball player entails, but Beck may not ever have to deal with that schedule.
A few minutes into North Hall's state title match against the nation's No. 1 ranked team, St. Pius, goalkeeper Mary Mancin saw a perfect shot from 35-yards out curl and sail right over her head - it was the first time in three straight games that she'd been scored on.