Does Practice Really Make Perfect When It Comes To DHS Baseball?

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The Davis High Baseball team played Viewmont High last friday. Low scoring game, the Darts only winning 4-0.

“I mean we won but, we had a lot of things we need to work on,” said Brighton Cooper, a senior on the Darts Baseball team.

He could be reffering to the 5 out the 7 innings played where there wasn’t a new number shown on the board. Viewmont ended up not scoring any runs, but is that on our part as good team work or Viewmont’s for choking at the plate.

So the Darts win, but now it’s back to practice, preparing for the match-up against Logan only 4 days away. Another point Cooper made, gestured toward preparing for Logan was,” …really just focusing on getting our bats back to normal…” which seemed to pay of because the Logan game was better at exactly that.

Now we are here, Tuesday, March 10th. Logan knows how our last game went, and they think they know how to get us on it. But what they dont know is that we’ve been practicing. Overall game went alot better, final score coming to Davis winning 12-2. This time only 5 inings were played and we scored in 3 of them. Sure we let the get 2, but when we hit, we hit.

Now we are looking down the barrell of the gun we call Woods Cross, now how should we prepare for that. We got batting figured out, but what about the rest of the game. Cooper has the awnser for that as well.

“We need to focus on overall execution. We got away with some sloppy times throughout the game that will be crucial to fix for the others.” He also stated in a later interview,”…we really just need to carry over our hitting from Logan and fix the little things but overall pretty set going into Thursday.”

So far The Darts have had a good season, all 2 games of it, and looking to make it even better. But they need to figure out themselves before they realize that springs almost up.