The Arvin High School baseball team is gearing up for the new season with high hopes and determined goals. After winning the league title last year, the team is looking to defend their title and take it one step further by winning the central section championship. Coach Admin Admin is optimistic but also recognizes the challenges of a long and demanding season.
In this preview article, we take a closer look at the team's strengths, areas of improvement, and the strategies that will lead them to success. With the ultimate goal being a central section championship, Coach Admin Admin acknowledges the difficulty of being consistent over a long season. The key to achieving this goal is playing good, consistent baseball throughout 30+ games, which can be tough for teenagers.
However, with strong leadership and determination, Coach Admin Admin is confident that the team has what it takes to compete and come out victorious. He is relying on the experienced and talented players to pave the way for the younger ones. Jesus Aguilar, Mateo Alvarez, Jorge Parra, and Roy Rosales are some of the key returning players who have already proved their worth on the field.
These players will play crucial roles in leading the team towards their goals. Jesus Aguilar, a 4-year varsity player, is the team's trusted starter on the mound, while Mateo Alvarez, also a 4-year varsity player, is the starting shortstop and leadoff hitter. Jorge Parra, a 3-year varsity player, has proven to be an offensive powerhouse, while also excelling in his role as a pitcher and third baseman. In terms of new players, Coach Admin Admin is excited about sophomore Alex Nunez, who will be looking to make an immediate impact on the team with his skills in both offense and pitching. With a mix of experienced and new players, the team is set to elevate their game and reach new heights. When it comes to leadership, Coach Admin Admin believes in letting the players take the initiative and stand out. While the coaching staff does not assign captains, they rely on the younger players to show them who the leaders are on the team.
This year, they see potential leaders in Jorge Parra, Jesus Aguilar, and Mateo Alvarez. The team's camaraderie and chemistry seem to be at an all-time high, with players spending time together outside of practice. Coach Admin Admin encourages this team bonding and considers it crucial for success. He wants the players to treat each other as family and help each