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Senior Addy Bullis signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball at the University of Dayton. Pictured are (seated) Valley Regional pitching coach George Perlotto, Bullis, and Valley softball Head Coach Allyson Pitney with (standing) Bullis’s parents, Jill Bullis and John Bullis, and Valley Regional Principal Michael Barile. (Photo courtesy of Sheila Robida )
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Valley Regional senior Addy Bullis recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her softball career at the University of Dayton in Ohio. In her junior season, Bullis went 21-2 with a 0.75 ERA, six shutouts, and 290 strikeouts in 150 innings as the starting pitcher for the Warriors’ softball team. At the plate, she posted a .672 batting average with 45 hits and 28 RBI. Bullis, an Ivoryton resident, was recognized as a Connecticut High School Coaches Association All-State player and the Shoreline Conference Pitcher of the Year. She attended the signing ceremony with her parents Jill and John Bullis, Valley Regional Principal Michael Barile, Valley softball Head Coach Allyson Pitney, and Warriors’ pitching coach George Perlotto.
Information courtesy of Sheila Robida
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