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The recently graduated slugger’s trophy case was getting full as is: District 26-5A’s Offensive Player of the Year, the Seguin Gazette Player of the Year, TGCA All-State Team and Legacy Team selection. But before she heads off to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to continue her softball career, Wendel had one more game to play. Wendel represented the Lady Matadors at the San Antonio Area All-Star Game on Monday, which featured 50 seniors from 31 schools across the San Antonio metropolitan area.
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