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Rams Hope To Continue Good Start

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/16/2014

Despite weather conditions and losing some good players to graduation, defending OCC softball champion Madison has won four of their first five to stand at 4-1 overall, 4-0 in conference.

As his team preps for an important two game set with Clear Fork, second year Madison Head Coach Tim Niswander is beginning to get a guage on what the team is capable of.

He says his freshman pitcher and catcher Page Whisler and Alexis Crider continue to improve, but adds they both have growing up to do as far as game experience.

What has surprised the coach to this point has been the teams ability to hit. The Lady Rams are batting right around .390 for the season with four home runs, something Niswander did not expect this soon but is happy to have.

Madison's 4-0 start in conference play has come at the expense of rival Mansfield Senior and West Holmes.

   
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