South Warren’s Carrie Enlow spreads joy through screen printing


BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — South Warren’s senior softball captain wears multiple hats in addition to her catcher’s mask and batting helmet.

“The word that describes Carrie is dedicated,” says Enlow head coach Kelly Reynolds.

This dedication is reflected in Enlow running her own screen printing business in addition to being a dual sport athlete in softball and basketball.

“My mission is even reflected in my company name: Made Worthy,” says Enlow.

Inspired by school fashion lessons, Enlow’s online business creates different types of shirts with messages of empathy reflected through different multitudes like Bible verses, smiley faces and other “uplifting” messages. “.

“I was inspired to do this to be uplifting. It’s hard to fit into today’s generation, so I want to put together messages and shirts that make people feel uplifted,” explains Enlow.

She uses those same messages to cheer on her teammates when they’re down but not away, including fellow senior captain Elly Bennett.

“When someone knocks on the plate, she pats him on the back and tells him it’s okay. Go get it next time, we believe in you. She’s very encouraging with that,” Bennett says.

You could even say that she is more than a big sister.

“Sometimes I give her a hard time and call her like a little mother hand. She will take the younger girls and put them under her wing and help them as much as she can,” says Reynolds.

Enlow won’t be with the Spartans for long, but she hopes her legacy of “kindness” will live on forever.

“It makes me feel good to know that my company is doing what it’s supposed to do.”

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