Softball sticks it out


Addy Schick

Although the team has added another loss to their 1-12 record, practice is the key to improvement according to the Redhawks. With their determination up, the team is ready for their next game Friday.

Addy Schick, Sports Reporter

Although losing 10-3 on the road at Frisco High School Tuesday, the Redhawks softball team isn’t hanging their heads.

“We played them a lot better this time,” assistant coach Kristin Binyon said. “We pitched a lot better, and we made some really solid contact. Just couldn’t put those hits together.”

The Redhawk softball team hopes to continue to show improvement, as they hit the road again when they take on Wakeland Thursday.

“I think that we are gonna have a much better game against Wakeland this time around,” Binyon said. “I think our pitching is stronger but also our defensive work right now is just really improving. So I think we are gonna make a lot more plays.”

Taking on the 4th place Wolverines isn’t going to be easy in the eyes of freshman Delile Bond. 

“I just think that their pitching will definitely be a challenge,” Bond said. “Their pitching is definitely faster, so it’s gonna be harder to hit for us. Especially because we don’t always have the best bats. So I think that will be our biggest challenge.”