There’s a lot of talent in Tuesday evening’s 1st annual 4 The Heroes High School All-Star Game that will be held at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.
The game will kick off at 7 pm CST and will be streamed live on Extra Inning Softball on the YouTube page (click HERE) and also on our Extra Inning Softball page on Facebook (note: “like” the page and a notice will be sent to you when the game goes live).
One key to the game could be the pitching as each side is deep… watch the South roster for Kamryn Caldwell (going to Texas Tech) and the North which has Aliyah Pritchett (Baylor signee) and today’s spotlight player, Logan Hulon, who will play at Houston.
To see the full rosters and learn more about the importance of the game, click HERE
Logan made the 2019 Extra Elite 100 list and is a fireballer who could overpower the opposition in the game... it will be a great opportunity to see great pitching versus great hitting!
Here’s a closer look at Logan, why she’s a special talent and what her thoughts are about playing in the 4 The Heroes All-Star Game...
Player Name: LOGAN HULON
High School: Dripping Springs (Texas) High
Club Team: Impact Gold 18U- Jackson
Grad Year: 2019
College: Univ. of Houston
Coach’s Comments: “Logan is one the best pitchers in 2019 class… solely based on her dominating mound presence and performance. The near 70-mph pitcher is the complete package: elite velocity, great control, deceptive movement/spin and best of all, she is the most competitive pitcher! She wants to win every pitch and at-bat and usually does. Last summer she led her team to a Top 5 finish at PGF Nationals this University of Houston commit is a stadium-filler and game-winner! When she is not blowing it by the opponent, you may also hide her in the batting line up helping her team win offensively as well. They don’t make pitchers like Logan anymore!”
– KC Jackson, Impact Gold National Team Director/Head Coach
Honors/Key Stats/Accomplishments (season): 2019 Austin American Statesman All Star Preps Team; broke the Dripping Springs softball record for no-hitters (season and career); selected to the 4 The Heroes All-Star game, FCA All-Star game, and the Greater Austin Area All-star game.
Honors/Key Stats/Accomplishments (career): Holds the Marble Falls High School softball strikeout record with 300, hold the Dripping Springs softball no-hitter record, two-time District Pitcher of the Year, selected to the 2018 TGCA All-State Team, 2018 All-CenTex Team, 2018 Texas Sports Writers 5A All-State team, two-time 2018 Top 5 pick as PGF Nationals Player of the game, 2019 Extra Elite 100 rankings, 2019 PGF High School All-American Watchlist.
What’s been your favorite softball memory or experience so far?
When I hit the 300-strikeouts mark to end my sophomore year.
What are your thoughts regarding the 4 The Heroes Foundation?
I think that the 4 The Heroes represents respect and love for those who have served our country. From my previous years of being a Bomber I was always humbled and honored to wear the name of a fallen soldier on my back.
How did you find out you made the game?
Scott Smith and John Bacon asked me and four other ladies before the Dripping Springs vs. San Antonio Johnson game to participate in the 4 The Heroes All-Star Game.
Do you play other sports?
I ran cross country my senior year of high school and received the District 12-5A Academic All-District award.
What led you to play in the 4 The Heroes All-Star Game?
It is a great opportunity to expand the 4 The Heroes name and honor those who selflessly served and serve our country.
What has softball taught you?
Softball has taught me how to be great and succeed, even in times of failure. Softball is a game of failure, like life, but it's about how you overcome adversity and push through the hard times.
What’s something unusual or different about you many don’t know?
I'm deathly terrified of squirrels!