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Harrah High School junior Tori Miller is a pitcher on the varsity fastpitch softball team and a member of the Student Council. Miller said she was ready to return to school and to the field after the way her sophomore season ended.

“If we are being honest, I couldn’t wait to get back on the field since the day last year’s season ended,” said Miller.

Playing with this group of girls has helped Miller elevate her game thanks to the support she receives from her teammates.

“The thing that I love most about my teammates is their ability to pick me up and keep me positive even when I am having a rough game or even just a rough day,” said Miller. “The best thing about Harrah High School has been the support everyone gives me whether it’s softball or even basketball.”

Miller has big plans after graduation including playing softball at the next level.

“I do plan to attend college on a softball scholarship but as of now I am undecided on where that will be,” said Miller.

Miller is no stranger to hard work. Her mother has taught her the value of working for your goals and what it means to achieve them.

“The biggest influence in my life is definitely my mom. She has pushed me to work hard at anything I do in life especially softball. She has also showed me how much that hard work will always pay off in the end,” said Miller.