Posted: 9:42 am Thursday, June 5th, 2014

Flint River shortstop is Georgia Gatorade softball player of year 

By Todd Holcomb

Meghan Gregg, a shortstop from Flint River Academy in Woodbury, was named the Gatorade softball player of the year in Georgia on Thursday.

Gregg led Flint River (21-5) to a state title in the Georgia Independent School Association. Gregg batted .766 with seven home runs, 31 RBI and an on-base percentage of .830. She is a five-time All-State honoree

Gregg has signed with the University of Tennessee.

Former Georgia Gatorade softball players of the year include Megan Betsa (2012-13, Union Grove High School), Geri Ann Glasco (2011-12, Oconee County High School), Kelsey Mericka (2010-11, Kell High School), Lori Spingola (2009-10, Marist), Hope Rush (2008-09, Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy), Kelli Wheeler (2007-08, Lassiter), and Alicia Mills (2006–07, Sequoyah).

2 comments
HarveyPooka
HarveyPooka

So, where's the photograph to accompany this article? Readers and Ms. Gregg got short changed in coverage (unless, she is being protective of her privacy - which, in this age is not all-together-a-bad-thing).

SportsTopFan
SportsTopFan

SportsTopFan(c) CONGRATULATES Flint River Academy athlete Megan Gregg on being named GATORADE softball player of the year on Georgia  !!!

Being names player of the year is a B I G, BIG, BIG honor.

We wish you good luck and success with the Tennessee Volunteers.