Baseball looks to steal a win


Michael Martin

The Redhawks baseball team was looking for redemption on Friday after a loss to Lebanon Trail, but could not come out on top. Despite the loss, the team is looking to come back for the rest of the season.

Michael Coppinger, Sports Reporter

Baseball hopes to continue its winning streak when the Redhawks hit the road to take on first place Heritage High School in District 9-5A action. 

The team is coming off wins against Centennial (8-1) and Memorial (12-4) showing signs of improvement on the heels of a strategic change. 

Senior outfielder Caden Wartluft believes that the Redhawk’s execution across the board was the key factor behind their victory over the weekend.

“We pitched well against both teams with great defense helping us,” Wartluft said via text. “The offense was great in supporting the defense with putting up runs throughout the game.”

The Redhawks have placed an emphasis on getting on base, and the athletes believe that this focus is going to continue to provide success as the season continues.

“I think we are playing really well as a team and we are much more relaxed,” sophomore Brady Miller said. “No matter the outcome, we can continue to learn from our mistakes and come out on top in the end.”