End of the season

After a slow start, the Hurricanes baseball team gained its stride, winning five of their last six games and increasingly by impressive numbers.
Led by a terrific all-around defensive effort in the field by second baseman Augie Lambert (18), the ‘Canes settled down behind consistent pitching and steadily improved at the plate with better pitch selection and attention to mechanics. This past week they scored 31 runs in just two games and dominated Wednesday in a 15- 5 win against Davies to add to those totals.
First year Manager Mason Littlefield said: “Lambert has been the steady team leader of late, no question. He has gobbled up every ball hit his way. The kids are more relaxed and starting to really enjoy playing.”Assistant Manager Tadhq O’Neil agreed, noting: “Lambert used to be a catcher and seamlessly made the transition to second base.”Said O’Neil: “It’s been fun this year coaching with Mason as we played together for the school and knew a lot of these kids. Many aregood athletes. They work out all the time and they have steadily gotten better. It’s become fun for them and us.”The team has raised its record and league profile to 7-5 with

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