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Hawks baseball varsity continues to struggle


Patience is a required virtue for Hardin Valley Academy varsity baseball head coach Kirk Renegar, who continues to find gems of individual success among another winless week.

The Hawks began last week by losing at District 3-AAA rival Halls 7-2 Monday, March 31. “I thought we, as a team, were as good offensively as we’ve been,” Renegar said.

“Very good defense, Hunter Smoak and Elliot Whitt had great games in center and right [field].

“Briyan Kolwyck on the mound was as good as he’s been all year,” the coach added.


Welcoming the Red Devils to HVA Wednesday, April 1, Halls blasted the Hawks 17-3. “We took one step back on Wednesday,” Renegar said. “That was a little bit of a disappointment.

“With a young team that’s going to happen,” the coach added. “It’s a shame because Ryan Russell pitched, and pitched pretty well.”

But while the varsity continues to struggle for wins, the Hawks junior varsity team won four games in three days last week,

The JV Hawks beat Farragut 2-1 and 7-6 in a Thursday, April 2 doubleheader, then swept Heritage 2-1 and 6-5 Saturday, April 4.

 

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