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Sports : Grundy R-5 Boys Softball Looking To Reload In 2014
Posted by Tom on 2014/8/13 8:20:00 (99 reads) News by the same author

Grundy R-5 will open the softball seasons on Friday, August 29th, with the Lady Panthers hosting Gilman City. On Tuesday, September 2nd, both Panther teams will host the East Harrison Bobcats at the Galt Ballfield.
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Panther boys softball coach Les Jackson appears to have a bit of a rebuilding job as his hands this fall, with nearly half of last year's starting lineup lost to graduation:

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Numbers have been good with the program this month, with a good sized freshman class adding depth to the roster:

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With practice having started 10 days ago, Coach Jackson was asked what skills of the game are being taught thus far:

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The HDC Conference will have a bit of a different look with softball season in 2014. Due to the addition of an eight-man football program in Pattonsburg, the Pattonsburg and Gilman City school districts will not have a boy's softball program this year. Gilman City and North Daviess will be in an eight-man football co-op with Pattonsburg this year. The team will be known as the Pattonsburg Panthers. Newtown-Harris will not field a girl's softball team this season, with the girls in the Newtown district interested in playing softball going to North Mercer to play for the Lady Cardinals, also as part of a cooperative agreement between the schools. For the second straight year, the Cainsville and Ridgeway school districts will coop in sports, and be known as the East Harrison Bobcats.

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