The East hall senior night for baseball

The East hall senior night for baseball

Today’s article is about senior night for the baseball team; they will face off against Jefferson today at “5:55 pm”. Even if we don’t win, it will be the seniors’ last home game as a viking, and some will go to college to play baseball and some will not. But I will talk about all Seniors and what they have done this season.

 

This year “Zach Kinsey ”, “Cooper Williamson ”, “Luke Barton”, “Daniel Vela-Wences”, and “Levi Howard” were the seniors for East Hall. Zach Kinsey Played catcher, pitcher, right field, and shortstop, Cooper Williamson played first base, Luke Barton played shortstop and third base, Daniel Vela-Wences played right field, and Levi Howard played catcher third base right field. In my opinion the best infielder that was a senior would be Luke Barton, because most of the balls that were hit to him did not go past him, the best Pitcher that was a senior would be Zach Kinsey because most of the time that he pitched the ball it would be a strike out or the batter would hit the ball on the ground, the best catcher that was a senior would be Levi Howard because he really did not let balls get past him that often. The best hitter that was a senior that would go to Zach Kinsey, because I am pretty sure that every game that he played he got on base, the senior that hit the ball the farthest would go to Cooper Williamson hit a ball that went to the wall, and that is a far hit, the fastest senior I think will go to Daniel Vela-Wences just by watching him run to first base I think that he got there the fastest. But this year was better than last year’s baseball team, but we are going to miss all of our seniors, not just the baseball players, so when you walk past them in the hallway just tell them good job for playing baseball.

I think as the young players like the freshman and the sophomore get older the team could be better. But the team will miss the seniors. They were good people but nothing lasts forever, so it is time to move on and start again next baseball season.