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Colts Hope To Contend For OCC In Softball

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/21/2014After finishing last season at 19-11 and Division II district semifinalist in 2013, the Clear Fork softball team hopes to return to the top of the standings in the OCC. Coach Jeff Gottfried says his team should be strong up the middle infield wise and says the team to beat is defending league champ Madison. One of the players Gottfried will look to for leadership is senior Taylor Kline who set a state record for stolen bases last year with 72, the old record was 62. Kline says she enjoys making the defense nervous everytime she gets on base knowing when the chance comes she'll be off and running. Clear Fork will open the season at home on March 31st against Lucas.
   
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