The Cavaliers are looking to get back on track after getting swept in their biggest series of the season. The squad fell to Highland Community College 9-4 and 12-3. The Cavs sit at 22-8 on the year and 11-3 in conference. Despite the sweep, the Cavs are still in second place in the Jayhawk and regionals. The squad has critical matchups with Neosho and Labette left in the season, which will help decide the upper seeding for regionals. The Cavaliers do have improved hitting from last year, three solid pitchers and are still very capable of reaching the lofty goals they have. The experience they have from last year’s squad will be very key in the home stretch of the season.
After a huge series sweep of Coffeyville Community College, the Cavaliers have firmly placed themselves in the second-place position of the Jayhawk. The Cavs are 27-8 and 14-6 in the Jayhawk. The squad will look to maintain success in the closing of the season facing teams whom they should beat. The Cavaliers possess both tremendous depth at pitching and power at the plate. Anthony Miller continues his great campaign with conference team-leading 15 home runs. Ben Calvano has 10 home runs and is tied with L.J. Hatch with the team lead in hits. Jacob Patzner leads the team in wins with a 6-0 record.
Compiled by James Howey, sports editor, email@example.com