The 2020 Kilgore College spring softball season is over, wiped out courtesy of precautionary measures taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Kilgore College's administration elected late Friday afternoon to suspend class next week (March 16-20), but then to have class in altered forms after that, for the remainder of the spring. April activities were canceled, including Rangerette Revels; dorms are being cleared; and faculty will be trained next week in video conferencing so classes may continue online.
This is elsewhere on kilgorenewsherald.com (in a complete school/college-related post on the news portion), but Kilgore College has established lines of communication for the upcoming week, for those with questions.
As for Rangers softball, KC was 11-16-1 on the season, 3-1 in the Region XIV Conference, and had won three in a row. The Rangers, coached by Leslie Messina, would be contending for a spot in the conference tournament for a second straight year.
KC won what turned out to be its final two games of the regular season, beating Angelina College twice in a doubleheader on Friday, 1-0, then 8-4.