Lincoln-Way North’s Allen, Bowman swing hot bats in win over Tinley Park

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Game-day challenges will always bring their own brand of pressure.

One thing that Lincoln-Way North seniors Anne Allen and Taylor Bowman won’t have to worry about, however, is impressing college scouts.

Both made commitments to Division I colleges in the fall.

“It takes a little bit of pressure off,” said Allen, who is ticketed for Valparaiso. “Now that we have a spot we’re going and have coaches who believe in us to play at the next level, we can relax and start playing and having fun.”

They were swinging free and easy in North’s 10-0 five-inning victory Wednesday over visiting Tinley Park.


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