Paige Roessner was a softball player who died in an accident. She is from Greenville. She was a softball player for the Skutt Catholic High School. She played for a long time there. The number which she used to wear was 33, and she played C, 3B. Paige Roessner was her team’s best athlete too. In every game she played, she used to give her best. She died at a very young age. Her parents were Barb and Jason Roessner.
In 2021, she was being signed by USF. Paige was part of the USF group. At USF, she planned to major in education. For the Nebraska Gold, Paige has played summer ball. In both her fresher and senior years, she also led her team to a state title, finished in second place as a sophomore. She played a very big role in her team.
Paige was a catcher and wahoo on the team, and she helped them to win a lot of games. Her career-best record of 33-0 was highlighted by Max Preps. She was on her way to becoming even more successful.
So finally, she came to an end for her long and delightful career as an all-conference and all-academic student-athlete at Skutt Catholic. Since her demise was announced, people became curious and wanted to know the reason for her death.
Paige Roessner Cause of death, Obituary, Photos, News
The death of Paige Roessner has not been revealed yet. But some people think that she died in an accident. While another source said that she was killed in the shooting at Lakeshores.
The news of how she died is still not confirmed by any known sources. On the other hand, people are very sad about her death. The family members and her close ones were left devastated by this news.
Our Xedge family is devastated. Our hearts break for the Roessner’s. Paige was part of our family! She was kind, loving, compassionate, hard working, loyal, & dedicated! Paige treated people with love & kindness, let’s model that with one another as we remember such a great kid! pic.twitter.com/QR2POZvahw
— The ❌plosive Edge (@TheXplosiveEdge) March 30, 2022
Heart-breaking posts were shared on social media
Heidi Kramer Mavlan posted on Facebook, “Words cannot describe the pain we have for the Roessner family. Paige was a wonderful addition to the Skutt family and softball team her Senior Year. Our girls are heartbroken. She was always smiling, always kind, and always friendly. Love on your people as you never know what they might be going through on the inside. Never to be forgotten. Rest Easy #33.”
Elkhorn Baseball posted on Facebook, “Thinking of the Roessner family, @AntlerSoftball, and the rest of the high school softball community tonight! Remember that memories are the one place we can visit those we’ve lost! #Paige#33.”