Story by Northtown students Abby Gaines, Mackenzi Callaway and Hornet Baseball website editor Chris Kamler
Last baseball season, John West proved just what a multipurpose person he is. In addition to his duties serving as the Hornet's first base coach and preparing for the upcoming fall softball season, Coach West also
The Hornets netted five varsity players to All-Conference teams for 2018. Head Coach Bubba Dotson presented the players with their awards at last month's banquet. Congrats to all five. It's a tremendous honor.
Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference
Blake Eversole, Infielder
Brayden Sell, Utility
Second Team All-Conference:
Bryan Gallen, Infielder
While not currently reflected in the W/L, the C-Team has made long strides in their season so far. Head Coach Jason Holmes and the C-Teamers has weathered through some early-season blowouts to catch up to their competition.
The best examples of this were the final two games in the NKC C-Team
The Hornets JV team will take next week off, so we figured this was a great chance to check in on the club and see their progress. The while idea of JV squad isn't built around wins so there's much more below the 1-6 record. JV Coach Tim Bruns and
68 yesterday... 29 today.
Gotta love Kansas City.
No word on makeups, but C-Team and Varsity games are cancelled.
Mark the calendar for Monday, April 23, for a rivalry doubleheader against Oak Park at Community America Ballpark in Kansas City, KS. The game will feature both the NKC and Oak Park JV and Varsity teams face off against each other in a real minor league ballpark.
Northtown will be the