The weather is getting warmer, which means spring sports are here! We’re getting a preview of what to expect from each team’s coach. Check out what they have to say below. Go Warriors!
Following a historic season, this year’s varsity baseball team returns with most of its roster from the 2021 league championship team, and their eyes are set on bigger goals for this season. The team has a strong balance of returning veterans, and is also excited to welcome a few new up-and-coming underclassmen. The team is excited to compete this spring, and is looking forward to building new traditions for the Weedsport baseball program.
The varsity softball program has a promising season to look forward to. With experienced veteran talent returning and the addition of upcoming, athletic underclassmen, the team looks to do well in both league and sectional play. The team will look to produce runs through the use of speed, small ball and power performances at the plate. Defensively, many players are multi-position players and have worked hard in the preseason to field and get rid of the ball quickly to keep runners off the bases.
The golf team has several new members this year and has increased participation numbers. Wyatt LaForce will look to build off his strong sectional performance last year as well as be a leader for the team in the always-competitive league.
Girls Track and Field
The team will have strong leadership and performances from its seniors. There are several new athletes whom are training and learning the events. Highlighted veterans include section champions Mariah Quigley, Allison House, and Sarah Carroll.
Boys Track and Field
Experienced veterans Troy Brown and Landon Kepple look to lead the way and build off strong performances last season. An influx of new athletes hope to help the team contend this season at both leagues and sectionals.