Getting back on track the goal for softball


Michael Martin

Redhawks softball hosts the Memorial Warriors at The Nest on Tuesday night, with hopes to get back on track winning. Memorial will be a tough opponent, but the team feels prepared.

Zachary Moland, Sports Reporter

Looking to restart their winning streak after a loss to the  Heritage Coyotes on Friday, the  softball team (4-4) hosts the Memorial Warriors (7-1) at The Nest on Tuesday night. 

Although the Redhawks trail the Warriors by three games in the standings, the team has been honing in on an important skill: multitasking

“We are very versatile players,” sophomore Adeline Glatch said. “Even if we don’t win, the score is going to be tighter. We have each other’s backs.”

Co-assistant softball coach Jacob Vella believes that this versatility will help the team put up a fight.

“I believe in these Redhawks,” Vella said. “[It’s going to be] a day.”