Softball slides into home


Addy Schick

Coming out of games over the weekend, the Redhawks are ready to begin their next week of District 9-5A play. With one win under their belt, the team is looking to add to their record.

Addy Schick, Sports Reporter

Facing Lebanon Trail for the second time this season, the Redhawk softball team did not get the results they expected on Friday. Beating the Trail Blazers 14-4 earlier in the season, the Redhawks fell short 15-11 in the second meeting. 

“I think it was a little bit disappointing because we won the first time that we played them,” freshman Delila Bond said. “But overall we fought to the end and it was a pretty close game. We just had a lot of errors in the outfield. The ball would get passed and we could just not hit our cuts and we were just slow getting the ball in.”

The team is hoping to work on fixing errors made in Friday’s game, as they face Centennial Monday at home.

“We have been working on our fielding at practice this morning,” freshman Adeline Glatch said. “Last game our fielding error percentage was rough. I think we need to be talking more about where the ball needs to go.”

Already implementing corrections, Glatch believes Monday’s game will be a show.

 “I think if we try hard enough we can win, if not it will be a good game,” Glatch siad. “We have a lot of fight, and are gonna try our best to put on a show. I think that we will do well with hitting because their pitching is kinda the same level as us.”