MVP Trained, Tiana Wren Makes All-State as a Freshman
Four Wyoming Valley Conference players were selected to all-state first teams by the Pennsylvania High School Softball Association. Holy Redeemer freshman outfielder Tiana Wren was chosen to the Class 2A team. Tiana's hitting coach and MVP Trainer, Mike Petroski says this girl has Division 1 potential and expects her name to ring bells over the next few years in the Softball World.
Athlete: Tiana Wren
School: Holy Redeemer
Age, class: 15-year-old freshman
Position: Center fielder Parents: Tim and Melissa Wren
Hometown: Glen Lyon
Highlight of the week: Drove in four runs in one game and had four hits in the other as Holy Redeemer opened the state Class AA tournament with two wins.
Softball roots: Began playing as a 6-year-old.
Other sports: Was a part-time starter on the Holy Redeemer varsity field hockey team last fall as a freshman.
Proudest softball accomplishment: Making it to the state championship game with Monday’s semifinal victory.