Indian baseball expects successful season

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Madelynn Welch

Madelynn Welch

Madelynn Welch

Madelynn Welch, Reporter

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The Indians baseball team will begin district play on March 12 at Bangs.

Returners for varsity include senior Trendon Morin and juniors Jeron Conine and Harvey Constancio.

New to the team are freshmen Hudson Welch, Luke Wilson, and RJ Pepper. Sophomores Taelon Sorrells, Trent Odom, and Cash Cook are also new to the varsity level along with senior Alex Davalos.

The team will be lead by many key pitchers which includes Trendon Morin, Jeron Conine, Taelon Sorrells, Hudson Welch, and Trent Odom.

“Our pitching rotation will have a little more depth this year,” coach Tyler Talley said. “They have all been on the mound so far this season and have thrown strikes and have competed well.”

Another key defensive player is Luke Wilson starting at center filed for the Indians.

“Luke has done a great job in center field and is quick to get the ball in,” Talley said.

The Indians are a young team overall this year, but the bar is set high.

“We have many underclassmen on varsity, but I feel like we have a lot of potential and can do really well,”  Wilson said.

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