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Baseball team to compete against Plano West April 19

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Olivia Evans
Pitcher Ethan Hunt pitches in the fifth inning against Plano West on April 16. The team won 2-1.

The baseball team will play against Plano West on April 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hebron baseball field. Head coach Corey Farra said the team has a meeting to point out the challenges they faced after every game.

“We try to focus on the positives,” Farra said. “When we come back for practices, we work on the things we didn’t do well and work on those throughout practice.”

The team played against Plano West on April 12, winning 2-1. Plano West is ranked fourth in the district with a record of 5-6. Last year, the team won against them 3-0 and 10-0.

“The goal is to play as good as we can,” pitcher Marcos Paz said. “It’s tough for baseball, because it’s very unpredictable. Some of it’s luck-based — you never know what’s gonna happen.”

With three games left in the season, pitcher Ethan Hunt said the team’s been reflecting on past games and refining the small details in preparation for playoffs. The team’s only lost one game in districts thus far, against Lewisville on March 27 with a score of 2-6.

“Whenever we try and do too much is whenever we start to get in trouble,” Hunt said. “Looking back on the [game] against Lewisville — we thought it was going to be an easy game — so we always need to stay on top of what we’re doing and make sure to keep ourselves in check.”

The team currently has three seniors on the team, compared to the 23 seniors last year. Paz said despite the lack of seniority, the team has been performing well and persevering.

“The younger guys really have to step up,” Paz said. “[Next season] will be really good [because] we [will have] a lot of guys [returning] and we all get along really well. Being able to play for each other in big situations and trusting the guy behind you is going to help a lot.”

Last year, the team advanced to playoffs, but lost in the second round against Dallas Jesuit with a score of 0-2. The team has never advanced to Area — Hunt said the team hopes to change that.

“We have a very good shot at making state [this year],” Hunt said. “We’ve been able to hold it down and keep other [teams] from getting too big — we capitalize on the defense’s mistakes. [This] has helped us be able to win and we’re just gonna keep doing that.”

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