Final Score


Senior Maddux Mays rears back to throw the pitch.

Paige Greenwalt, Reporter

As the Indians fall baseball season comes to an end, they finish it out with a 2-0 record. Not only was the season a great opportunity to prepare for the upcoming spring season, but it also opened many opportunities to become new friends with their cooperative teammates from Webber. The Webber-Wayne City cooperative was fairly new to the baseball team, but they have learned to welcome and enjoy the season, even with the new addition. The Indians played their final game on September 29 at Odin. The boys played their hardest, but ended the night with a loss of 11-1. Senior and one of the pitchers for the Indians, Maddux Mays said, “I have played baseball since the age of three, and I can’t believe it is my last year. Although it is my last year, I would not change anything about what has come along the way.”

The Indians have had a few bumps in the road along the way, one being a meniscus injury to senior Grant Lewis. Lewis stated, “I was a little upset to not be able to play in the fall, especially because I was unable to play the spring season my junior year due to an ACL tear, but I am still really looking forward to the spring season.” The varsity team ended the season with a 2-10 record, and the junior varsity with a 2-2-1 record. Junior Koby Anderson said, “I am excited to see what we do next season. We have a lot of younger guys that have made leaps and bounds this fall, and I really think they will step up next year to help win some games.”