Reggi Frei helped pitch no-hitters along with Riley Price during 2 consecutive games from April 4th-6th. (Photo courtesy of Chad Frei. Taken by Mark McEwen)
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FEMALE TOP DAWG
REGGI FREI – SOFTBALL
For Performance during the week of April 4-10, 2022
During the week of April 4-10th, Reggi Frei helped pitch two consecutive no-hitter games for the Virgin Valley Bulldogs as they beat Canyon Springs on the 4th of April by a score of 15-0 and Sunrise Mountain on the 6th of April… 14-0.
Between her and fellow teammate Riley Price they were able to pitch 10 innings and strike out 19, facing 30 batters and retiring all 30. Of course, Reggi had a perfect 0.00 ERA and 6 Strikeouts. She also has provided help on the field with defensive efforts that have made sure the no-hitters remained intact. During the two games, she had a perfect 1.00 Fielding Percentage.
On offense, Reggi batted a perfect 1.00 at the plate against Canyon Springs. She provided 2 hits, 3 runs, and 1 RBI for both games.
Reggi was born and raised in Mesquite, Nevada. A Sophomore at VVHS, she is the middle child with two brothers. She comes from a well-founded family within the area that has Mesquite and Moapa Valley roots. She plays other sports including Basketball and Volleyball, but her primary love is Softball.
She has played on a competitive travel team since she was eight years old. Most of her current teammates have been playing with her since then.
“That is why the girls play so well together,” stated Reggi’s father Chad Frei. “Reggi has a pure love for the game.”
Reggi mainly plays infield positions, but at times like recently has pitched a few innings. According to her father, Reggi does everything right-handed but batting.
“She bats left-handed to take advantage of her speed,” stated Chad Frei.
Reggi is known to be very reserved, but her coaches and teammates love her. Reggi stated her main goal is to help bring a State Championship home to Virgin Valley.