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Madi Mays Minutemen Softball SportStar of the Week
- Updated: May 19, 2020
Madi Mays’ Minutemen career began as a freshman in 2017 when she helped Concord High School softball claim a North Coast Section Division II title.
Mays went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI in the final against Granada.
Fast forward to her last varsity game, Mays spun a no-hitter against Monte Vista (allowing just one base runner via walk) on March 12.
The following morning, all high school sports were halted due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Mays will be attending Harvard in the fall, and she recently wrote a first-person story for SportStars celebrating her travel softball coach.
You can read Madi Mays’ inspirational story in the May issue of the magazine.
Photo: Mays family photo.