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Disappointment on the diamond

JV boys baseball suffers tough loss

Putting up a tough fight against the Romeo JV Bulldogs, South’s JV Boy’s Baseball Team suffered a loss. After a disappointing game, team improvement and collaboration are common goals among players.

Collecting one hit for South, Henry Chesterton ’26 has dispirited feelings about his time on the field

“I could have had some better bats, but I played fine in the outfield, and overall as a team, I think we could have a lot of room for improvement,” Chesterton said.

Repetition within the batting cages will help them prove their full potential as a team. Catcher Charlie McPartlin ’27 agrees.

“I think we are gonna get the bats going next game. We struggled a little bit today,” McPartlin said.

Personal motivation is crucial to coming together for a progressive team effort. Quinn Steinhebel ’27 also believes increasing the practice effort will help them improve.

“I think it (the loss) motivates us to hit better you know, we want to win now because we just lost our last three games,” Steinhebel said. “So I think I’d be motivated to work harder and win the next game.”

In a defensive deficit, South suffered a 6-1 defeat, additionally, fine-tuning offense will benefit the team. McPartlin plans to fine-tune his batting skills to avoid making any preventable mistakes.

“We had a rough time when we played. It was just a bad game with a lot of errors on defense,” McPartlin said.

Strengthening practice strategies to reflect in the game is currently their biggest challenge.

“I just need to get a better vision on the ball and I’m hitting. And then as a team, I think we just need more, more time in the cages,” Chesterton said.

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