CROZET, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS)-- Sports have been apart of Presleigh Braxton's life as long as she can remember.

"I've been around basketball all my life," started Miller senior point guard Presleigh Braxton,  "That's probably the earliest memory I have, just watching my dad coach and the girls play."

As the daughter of the Miller girls basketball coach, Presleigh grew up in the gym with her father by her side, adding a different element to their relationship.

"It's tough sometimes being the coaches daughter and coaching your daughter but I've enjoyed it and she's been a pleasure to coach," said Miller girls basketball coach James Braxton.

"It was hard at first but it's really helped us become closer and  he's just a really good guy, he's a really good person and I love being his daughter and I love being able to play for him," explained Presleigh.

Together they've experience both the highs and lows of athletics; winning a state championship last year only to come out as runners up this year.

"It was tough I'm still kind of thinking about it like oh there was a lot of stuff we could have done better. It's a hard thing to get over," said Presleigh.

"I still feel like we achieved a lot more than a lot of teams can say or even imagine," explained James Braxton, "I mean to get there two years in a row is something."

Now the BRAC player of the year is trading in her basketball jersey for a bat for one final softball season, a sport she now considers her main focus.

"I loved basketball for so long, I still love basketball but I've been playing it for so long I decided that I finally have to put my all into one thing if I'm going to go play college," explained Presleigh, "So I put my all into soft ball this summer and got an offer."

Braxton will spend the next four years playing softball at Bowie State University, and her Dad will be in the stands to watch it all.