Her exploits have earned her a scholarship at Weatherford College, making her the second Allen to go on to play in college.
Not to be outdone, in his sophomore season Braxton helped the Rams to a District 6-3A championship season, leading the team in batting average (.457), OBP (.546), slugging (.728), RBIs (25) and extra-base hits (14). In addition to being the regular starter at catcher, he also cemented himself as one of Mineral Wells' best pitchers, posting team-bests in ERA (1.90), WHIP (1.15) and strikeouts (59) while posting a 6-1 record, including two historic, complete-game victories over Kennedale.
It's enough to make their father, retired Texas Highway Patrol Senior Trooper and former baseball player Garry Allen, extremely proud.
"Usually you have one that will do good, but to have all three of them do good, that's good for them," he said. "It's not for me, it's for them and what they get out of it. And what they get out of it is what they put in. They work harder than anybody I've ever seen. They're reaping the rewards of what they do. I'm blessed to have three that can go as far as they are."
GROWING UP ALLEN
With so much talent under one roof, it would stand to reason that every day growing up in the Allen household was a competition.
"We've been competitive in everything," Bryson said with a smile. "We could try to race to the fridge and be knocking each other down. It's been a lot of fun. We'd go out and play catch and if I throw hard, [Bethany was] trying to throw just as hard as I am and knock my hand off. It's little things like that that keep us closer together and gives us a bond that we'll always have.