Frontier High School’s Allyson Boone is a starting pitcher for the Frontier fastpitch softball team and has been since she started playing for the Lady Mustangs. Boone has played the game of softball for 11 years and her first travel team was the Alley Catz. Now a varsity player for Frontier, Boone she loves playing with this group of girls.
“I love that no matter what we can always have a fun,” said Boone.
This season Boone is ready to meet the team goals they set before the season started and the personal goals she has set for herself.
“My goal is to become better with every game. I’m expecting to grow and become a better pitcher and expand my knowledge of the game,” said Boone.
Boone is not only a softball player, but she is involved in many other activities around campus.
“I’m in FCCLA, FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) STUCO, and class government,” said Boone.
As a student-athlete, Boone said being a student always comes first. She is focused on making good grades and being prepared for that next step in life and for Boone that next step is college.
“I love being a student-athlete at Frontier High School because of the amazing people I meet,” said Boone. “I am committed to Southern Nazarene University to play collegiate softball after I graduate. I also plan on pursuing a career in nursing.”
Boone said in her free time she enjoys giving pitching lessons to the younger pitchers in the area.
“I also love to pitch, and hang out with my family,” said Boone.
The Lady Mustangs have picked up big wins this season over Hominy, Garber, Covington-Douglas and Hennessey early in the season.