Playoffs out of the picture for baseball and softball

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Playoffs out of the picture for baseball and softball

Falling short of a playoff spot, baseball fell to the Rangers 8-1. The girls' however ended with 3-3 tie against the Knights.

Falling short of a playoff spot, baseball fell to the Rangers 8-1. The girls' however ended with 3-3 tie against the Knights.

Roy Nitzan

Falling short of a playoff spot, baseball fell to the Rangers 8-1. The girls' however ended with 3-3 tie against the Knights.

Roy Nitzan

Roy Nitzan

Falling short of a playoff spot, baseball fell to the Rangers 8-1. The girls' however ended with 3-3 tie against the Knights.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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Baseball’s bid for the playoffs came to end Friday at home against the Lone Star Rangers as the

Redhawks fell 8-1.

“Even though we lost our spot in playoffs, we still fought hard,” junior Carter Chandler said. “We need to do a better job of getting hits in when we have runners on. But I think we do well focusing on playing together and not just individually.”

Not too far from the baseball fields, softball went head to head against the number two team in District 9-5A on Friday as well. The Redhawks stood their ground against the Independence Knights, with the two teams tying 3-3.

“Overall we played a strong game against them,” junior Sue Slater said. “It was a good game that’s under our belts and I’m proud of how we adjusted to the competition.”