(Festus) Few athletes have been able to have the impact that A.J. Agers left on the St. Pius Lancers.
Agers was a multi-sport star, but she shined brightest in softball, where she earned a spot on the Regional Radio Dream Team.
Agers was almost unstoppable at the plate, posting a .696 batting average, 20 extra-base hits, 3 home runs and 23 runs batted in.
But those kind of eye-popping numbers is something Agers says she strives for.
For all her success with the bat, Agers was arguably even better as a pitcher.
The conference pitcher of the year had a minuscule 0.93 earned-run average and struck out 145 batters in a 10-win senior season.
She says she had to learn a lot about the art of pitching during her time at St. Pius.
Agers also walked away as one of the all-time leading scorers in Lancers’ girls’ basketball history, and she was all-conference in the JCAA in girls’ soccer.
But the future basketball player at Missouri S&T says she had plenty of help.
Agers was named all-state in Class 2 fall softball for the second time this season, and she made it all 4 years where she was named all-conference and all-district.
A.J. Agers Dream Team Interview