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Wildcat Baseball Seeks to Narrow Pitching Staff to Five

The Wildcats’ baseball team had a second scrimmage Friday at Terrell and Wildcats Coach Jerrod Hammack said he got to evaluate four more pitchers. Coach Hammack said he has ten pitchers he is looking at, perhaps the most pitching he’s ever had.

Four pitchers worked Thursday night in Sherman. Friday Coach Hammack looked at Kamren Harrison, Brady Crouse, Dawson Draper and Pacen Edwards. Coach Hammack said they all threw pretty well. Terrell managed only three hits. Coach Hammack said he still wants to see Jase Thompson and Kaden Argenbright on the mound.

He said everyone also got a couple of at bats against live pitching Friday night and he added some of them did some good things at the plate. Coach Hammack said the pitchers were doing so well he hasn’t had much of a chance to see the Wildcats’ fielders in action. Coach Hammack said he would be looking for about five main pitchers to use in district games. He said all of his pitchers would get some action during five game tournaments coming up before district play.

The Wildcats have a scheduled third scrimmage Tuesday evening in Royse City weather permitting.

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