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Sports : Powerhouse Trenton softball program aims for big goals in 2012
Posted by Tom on 2012/7/31 8:50:00 (552 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Lady Bulldog softball program comes into the 2012 fall season with what should be a pretty large level of motivation spurring them on, after going through an unbeaten run in 2011 that ended suddenly with losses in two of their last three games, including a district championship stunner against the Hamilton Lady Hornets.

A new season will bring a new head coach to THS, as John Cowling has been moved up from assistant coach to head coach, replacing Steve Richman, who resigned this off-season, to spend more time with his coaching duties at North Central Missouri College.

Cowling takes over a team that will install THS graduate and former Princeton head coach Taron Loyd as assistant coach, and will feature, in the Class of 2013, one of the most talented groups in the state. Cowling plans to continue the brand of aggressive softball installed by Coach Richman over the past few years:

Click here to listen to THS softball coach John Cowling

Coach Cowling says there are very few holes to fill with this year's squad:

Click here to listen to THS softball coach John Cowling

The starting lineup, with so much talent and experience returning, looks relatively set, and the Lady Bulldogs should have quality depth, with a good crop of underclassmen waiting should opportunities arise:

Click here to listen to THS softball coach John Cowling

That is first year THS softball coach John Cowling. The first practice of the season for the Lady Bulldogs will be at Griffin Field on Monday morning, August 6th from 8:00 to 10:00. Players are reminded that a completed physical form must be turned into Coach Cowling in order to be able to participate on the team this fall. Trenton's first game of the season will be a 5:00 contest at Gallatin on Wednesday, August 22nd.

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