Rocket softball’s struggles continue on diamond

In addition to having trouble getting on the field because of the recent rains, the Unity High School softball team has been scuffling to finish the regular season on a high note. After senior pitcher, infielder and all-around good player Harlie Duncan was sidelined by an injury in late April, the Rockets have gone 1-4, losing the last four games in a row. Sophomore Morgan Steinman has stepped in to take over the pitching duties for Duncan, but the Rockets sorely miss the versatility Duncan provided at the plate, in the circle and in the field.

Read the full story in the May 11 issue of The County Star.

Categories (3):Prep Sports, Softball, Sports


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Barkley12 wrote on January 14, 2018 at 1:01 pm

I think that this football team is not able to achieve what was their purpose and they are not able to complete task. They should do something about it or else nothing will happen.