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Friday, June 21, 2024

Hornets Ready To Sting The Rebels


Pictured is #4 Avery Hester and #15 Brady Hester

The Hackett Hornets had a tough 10-2 loss last Friday against the County Line Indians. “We are still trying to find the right lineup,” said Coach Broc Adams. “I feel like we have learned quite a bit already, and I think by the end of the year we will be a good baseball team!”

“I’ve been pleased with our pitching and defense for the most part and we are still trying to get our bats going.” Pitching for the Hornets in Friday nights game was sophomore Avery Hester with 99 pitches and freshman Ethan Slavens with 29. “We have faced 3 good baseball teams so far and I think that will help us in the long run!”

Although the Hornets are sitting 0-3 on the season, dont let that fool you. Hackett holds a roster full of talent and when these Hornets release the beast, everyone that they face will be going down.

For their next game on Monday, March 11, Hackett will face the (0-4) Rebels at Westside in a non-conference game at 4 p.m. “Tonight we are just trying to get in the win column. We need some confidence right now and I think the guys are focused and ready to play!”

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