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Arrows Start New Season This Week

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  Original Published: 3/30/2014The Ashland Arrow baseball team will look to improve on last season's 10-16 finish as they open the season on the road in OCC play on Tuesday at defending conference champion Lexington. Arrows coach Rob Lavengood says he likes his team's speed in the outfield and on the bases and hopes his squad is able to hit the ball better this season. The Arrows bring back only one experienced pitcher from a season ago in senior Nick Zurcher, while the other arms are yet unproven on the varsity level. With that in mind Lavengood adds the team must play good defense on the infield because the A's do not have the arms on the mound they had just two seasons ago when the staff had the ability to strike out the side. Ashland's first home game is scheduled for Wednesday April 2nd, also against the Minutemen.
   
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