When Dripping Springs pitcher Kiele Miller allowed three consecutive base runners to begin Friday’s game, softball coach Wade Womack wasn’t fazed.
Miller was reeling, with a run already on the board for Medina Valley before an out was recorded.
Womack didn’t visit the mound to console his young pitcher. Instead, he just waited because he knew what would happen next.
Miller, like she has all season, buckled down and rebounded with six consecutive scoreless innings to secure Drippin...