OREFIELD - She fidgets with her glove and paces around the circle.
She tosses the ball up between pitches and talks to her teammates.
She shows emotion in the form of a wry smile when she misses her spot or doesn’t get a call.
Palmerton’s Reese Dugan may often look uncomfortable during one of her outings, but in reality, the more antsy she seems to be the better she seems to pitch.
On Tuesday at Parkland, Dugan was anything but uncomfortable. In fact, it was the Pen Argyl hitters who were out of sorts.