Baseball Hopes to Rebuild After Losing 13 Members Last Year


Credit to Hannah Medlin

Senior Hunter Tabor pitches a baseball during a game.

By Parker Kilen and Joel Boenitz

After losing 13 of members of the varsity team to graduation team, the FHN baseball team will be looking to try and rebuild there team in order to continue to be a competitive team. With a good majority of the juniors and sophomores being expected to step up into varsity roles, senior Justin Rhomberg hopes to get them acquainted with each other in order for the team to be successful.

“Since there aren’t many seniors, I would like for the underclassmen to all mesh together because right now there’s this junior-senior tension,” Rhomberg said. “So, I’d like to get everyone meshed together and have a couple seniors come along so that we can have a true team.”

Last season the Knights had a lot of seniors, but this season they are very junior packed. They don’t have a lot of seniors, and have a lot new players who look to step up and help the team get better according to junior Adam Lange.

“It is going to be a different feel from last year,” Lange said. “We will have more time to work on things since we are all juniors, and we’ll have time to grow on goals for next year.”