Posted On: 03/5/20 10:04 AM

Being left-handed just brings another dimension to the game.  Call it a blessing or a curse. Being left-handed might limit an athlete in what positions they can play, but it’s also something that makes them a perfect fit.  The same goes for athletes who play baseball and softball. There aren’t many shortstops or catchers who are left-handed, but the ones who can swing the bat from the left side with speed are definite showstoppers.  The same goes for right sides and setters who have the big left hand to keep the other side of the net off-balanced. Here are a few leftys that really impressed this past weekend. 

Bree Borum - Fusion 17 Red 

Committed to South Florida 

I remember watching the Borum’s as 15 year olds and thinking, “Wow” they are something special.  Well, they still are between Bree and her sister Brooklyn. Bree is such a threat where she can swing away on the right side and then when she steps into set she is jump setting, but also jumping and swinging away.  She is dangerous. The other side is always stressed with her in the front row where she can score herself or

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