Snake RIver drops doubleheader to Filer
By FRED DAVIS
THOMAS - Things have been tough so far this season for the Snake River Panther baseball team, but if the second game of the Monday doubleheader are any indication, the future could be bright for Coach Kevin Curtis's team.
The first game saw the Wildcats of Filer strike for seven runs in the top of the first inning, and nothing was going right for the squad, from pitching, to fielding, to hitting to just about anything relating to baseball. It wasn't that the Panther were lacking for effort, the effort was there, but the results just weren't.
It was bad enough that the Panthers were behind 7-0 before they even had the bats in their hands, the enthusiasm was lacking and the end result was a 15-4 clubbing at the hands of the Wildcats.
"I don't think that it was any one thing today, we just weren't playing up to the standards of Snake River baseball in that first game," Curtis said. "I decided to give the younger players a shot and the enthusiasm was a welcome addition to this team."
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