It was an up-and-down late March for the baseball team. The squad has gone 6-6 in the last 12 games but the Cavs are still in first place of the Jayhawk conference with a 16-4 conference record and a 26-8 overall record. Head coach Kent Shelley did record his 800th career win as head coach of the Cavs against Kansas City Kansas on Saturday, March 15. The boys have a crucial series with Coffeyville Community College this week. Coffeyville is right behind the Cavs in the conference standings with a 15-5 conference record.
The Cavs are having a great season and are in sole possession of first place in the Jayhawk conference with a 17-2 conference record and a record of 20-4 overall. The girls have gone 17-1 since starting 3-3 on the season. The Cavs may not have too many standout players but they are a very close-knit group and often just seem to find a way to get the job done with many different players. The Cavs swept Highland Community College 3-0 and 4-3, pitchers Zoe Price and Syndey Koch held the Scotties to three total runs in two games that average 10 runs a game.