Baseball Teams Works to Improve Record Before Districts


Senior Sebastian Pagan pictches in the game against Horizon High School.

Miranda Lucchesse, Staff Writer

The boys’ baseball season has kicked off with a successful start thus far, with varsity’s record of 7 to 6 and JV’s record at 5 to 5, after having four games cancelled due to inclement weather. The JV team started on a rough note, but was able to recover from 0-3 start. “Our team did really well. We had a rough start as every team might have, but we bounded back and finished our season strong,” said catcher junior Yan Perez.

The varsity team is working diligently to improve their defense and overall team efficiency to be able to take on tougher teams in games. “We need to have more intense practices and not take weak little ground balls. We should be taking laser beams because we need to prepare for those so we can actually be prepared to play against good teams,’’ said right field player, senior Luis Medina. The baseball team has improved drastically and they are working hard to create an environment that is similar to a family, even making shirts that represent their commitment to being a family. The baseball team has also successfully beaten Boone High School for the first time in 15 years. “We had shirts that says ‘Mi familia’ which has helped create a family unit. I have strived for a an environment where players not only hold themselves accountable, but others too. We had older plays take on the younger kids this helped guide us into winning,” said Coach Sean Comfort.