Softball still swinging for a win

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Michael Martin

The softball team played Monday night, where they fell short to the Trail Blazers 16-0. As the team still searches for their first District win, they are looking to use every game as a way to improve.

Harley Classe, Assistant Sports Editor

In an attempt to put a stop to Lebanon Trail High School in District 9-5A softball, the Redhawks fell short, 16-0.

Although the team is yet to come out with a win this season, sophomore Emily Aronson believes her team’s resilience is the driving force behind their motivation.

“Taking our strengths from the previous game and working on them for the next has probably been our strength this year,” Aronson said.

Continuing to work through the obstacles the team is facing, head coach Jill Bradshaw believes her team’s main goal is developing at whatever chance they get.

“For the future we want to just continue improving and get better with each game,” Bradshaw said.