Senior Baseball Players Say Goodbye

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Senior Baseball Players Say Goodbye

Senior baseball players. Jackson Banks, Jake Standiford, Andrew Branstetter, Griffin Sahli, and Matthew Johnson

Senior baseball players. Jackson Banks, Jake Standiford, Andrew Branstetter, Griffin Sahli, and Matthew Johnson

Senior baseball players. Jackson Banks, Jake Standiford, Andrew Branstetter, Griffin Sahli, and Matthew Johnson

Senior baseball players. Jackson Banks, Jake Standiford, Andrew Branstetter, Griffin Sahli, and Matthew Johnson

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The Eagles baseball team played their last home game of the season last night, and said goodbye to one of the best senior classes they have seen in awhile. That class consists of  five seniors who play all types of positions. Jackson Banks was a very solid player for this baseball team . He has played every year at LCA and has supplied a good pitching status for the team. Andrew Branstetter was an outstanding pitcher and first baseman for the Eagles. He played many years at LCA and provided many skills for the team. Matthew Johnson was a shortstop for the team and he will continue his baseball career at Asbury University. Peyton Cody a former LCA student says “he can’t wait to see Matthew play one last game at home.” Griffin Sahli and Jake Standiford will finish off the list of seniors as they were good pitchers for the Eagles who supplied much for the team.

Griffin Sahli started as pitcher for this final game against Scott County. It was not his best night, as he allowed all four of the runs that Scott County scored. Evan Byers, 11, still had praise for the senior.  He said, “Griffin usually plays really good but tonight was not his night.” LCA only tallied two runs during the game, but played hard in the loss. The players may not have ended the season the way they wanted, but the school will still remember the team fondly. Zeke Grier, 11, summed it up well when he  said it was such a joy to watch this team play.