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April 10, 2014MARYVILLE, Mo. |  By: Roush

Softball Sisters at Northwest

Area sisters continue success on the diamond at the collegiate level.
Paige and Torrie Blythe play for the Northwest Missouri State Bearcat softball team.
The Blythe’s are former Maysville Wolverines, where they played softball for their father.
Paige is a junior relief pitcher for the Bearcats and Torrie is a freshman infielder.
Torrie, along with ten other members of the softball team, are in their first year with Northwest.
With it being her first year on the team, Torrie says it helps to have her big sister around. 

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Siblings’ playing together at the collegiate level doesn’t happen often, but Bearcat head coach Ryan Anderson says the sisters’ competitive nature makes them better.

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Throughout high school and still to this day, Paige says they bring out the best in each other.

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The Bearcat softball team returns to action this weekend against MIAA opponent Lindenwood.