, Newburyport, MA


April 16, 2014


Singer overcomes back injury to power Port lineup


“I was pretty proud coming back so strong,” Singer said. “I didn’t think I was going to be able to do that, but it was good. I had a good time.”

Singer said she can’t wait to get into her catcher’s gear and hopes to be back out on the field within the next few games. She added that missing the team’s first few games was miserable, and even having a great day at the plate like she did on Monday couldn’t quite measure up to being out on the field catching every pitch too.

Once back to full health, she is looking forward to helping the Clippers build on their 2-2 start and hopefully make a run at the Cape Ann League title. As for the future, Singer said she’s looking forward to playing field hockey again in the fall, and when asked if she ever plans to snowboard again, Singer didn’t hesitate.

“Oh yeah,” she said.

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