BHS softball squad vying for league title
"Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the park." This year's Baldwin High School softball team has put together a dominant record of 12-2 and have proved they can play hardball.
"Our goal this year was to do better than last year," senior standout Mary Martin said. "We have had a lot of success."
With a winning record and a dream, the team hopes to win its first title ever, a Frontier League championship which could happen depending on the result of late-season games. After league, the softball team will take part in regionals and will set its sights on the Class 4A State tournament.
"Winning a championship would be awesome," junior pitcher Kyrstan Hubbel said.
Adding to the winning record, the Bulldogs won against Marysville on Saturday with Hubbel as the winning pitcher, and won a double-header against Anderson County on May 1. Thursday's BHS games were rained out at Wellsville.
Beside its winning record, the team has also has enjoyed a lot of fan support. The loyal fans have traveled to away games as well.
"I love our fans," senior Suzie Weege said.
"Our fans are very supportive," Hubbel said.
The girls were in doubleheader action Tuesday against Prairie View, but results weren't available by press time. Next will be Thursday at Osawatomie.
Regionals will be May 14-17 and state May 25-26.
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