Keith Barnes profiles the Trinity softball team.
"Trinity pitcher Paige Galentine has an interesting quirk when she gets in trouble.
"I just try to walk around a little bit and try to get my mojo back and then I go through my mechanics and, people might think I'm weird, but I talk to myself," Galentine said. "I just tell myself to stay behind the ball because I get on top of it and I just get out of circle, which is my problem."
Galentine wasn't just chatting with herself during the top of the first inning of Trinity's PIAA Class AAA semifinal game against Bellwood-Antis on Tuesday at Latrobe. She was having a full-blown conversation as she had lost all command of her pitches.
"Everything wasn't working," Galentine said. "But this is honestly the best team I've ever been on, defensively and offensively... and we're all just getting along like a family right now.""