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Varsity Baseball Seeks Redemption Year

Matthew Dupuis

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After not making playoffs for the first time in about 16 years last season, the LHS Varsity Baseball team will be looking for redemption in the up and coming 2017 season.

Now, without the graduated players, including last year’s captains Brandon Lefebvre and Eddie Cuddahy, the projected young 2017 team will have to step up their game.

LHS senior and varsity player Andrew Harrington said, “I expect to make playoffs, and to say the least, not making playoffs last season was an embarrassment.”

Alec Hanney, LHS senior and varsity player said, “The team is Super 8 bound, and team work makes the dream work.”

With last year’s seniors gone, many positions in both the infield and outfield have opened up. Although players will be battling for starting spots this spring, team bonding and chemistry is key according to Hanney.

“One hundred percent effort from every player is needed if we expect to do big things this year,” said Harrington.

Now, with tryouts creeping up on players and coaches, and the season right around the corner, the LHS Varsity Baseball team must prepare if they want to bring another State Championship trophy home.

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