Committed to Climbing Up 


Madilynn Norgren

Baseball starts climbing to the top


    Although most of the athletes hate the cold weather, they are glad to finally be back out on the field. As the baseball season started, the Irish won their first game against Eden-Valley Watkins. “It felt good to finally get a win under the belt, but we need to keep climbing the mountain and improving for postseason,” said sophomore Nathan Zander.

    Despite the cold, the team fought hard for that win. With low numbers of players this year, eighth grader Danny Reilley got the chance to play third base for varsity. “It is an amazing experience to be able to play with these teammates; they treat me like family,” said Reilley. 

   Although the team has no seniors, they continue to fight hard with what they have. “This year will be a challenge, but in the end we are all going to come out stronger,” said junior Noah Gindele.

    As the season began with a good start, the Irish continue to battle for a few more wins under the belt. The hope is as the weather warms up, so will the team.