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Batter up

Haven Fowler, Staff

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Baseball season has hit its way into our town. With our Panthers hard work and dedication to the game they love, we are sure to get some great wins this season.

We spent the majority of the fall voluntarily coming to workouts. Three to four days a week whoever would and could come would spent about two hours either lifting or working on hand-eye drills. I believe that we have developed a lot since last year. One reason being new leadership, and a new philosophy. We have struggled a little bit but it look likes we are pulling out of it,” said Garrett Norris (11).

Our Panthers have been putting in hard work this season. With starting this year with new leadership and having to reconnect as a team, our Panthers have been putting up a fight, but all that hard work will pay off in the long run.

“Having a new coach was difficult at first, but as time went on things got easier and we connected with him. I feel like this year we have grown more as a team and have learned to work together more,” said Ethan Anderson (11).

The Panthers have worked hard so far this season and will continue to do so as the season goes on. With their new leadership, and their hard work coming together as a team this year, our baseball team will be a force to be reckoned with. If you’re ever staying after school come watch our Panthers play.

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