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|Lady Hound softball returns to diamond|
A year after going without a program because of lack of interest, Huntington School is fielding a fast-pitch softball team for the upcoming year.
"They asked me during track if I would coach a team and I told them if they could get enough, I would do it, but we had to have enough," said Lady Hound softball coach Marion Newman. "The last time I tried this we had 11 kids and that was tough stuff to deal with. But right now I have a list of 20 kids signing up and I am tickled to death."
The list includes six seniors.
"These girls have played before and Julie Moak is a senior who has pitched before," Newman said. "There are some outstanding athletes at this school and usually good athletes can play softball. We'll find out a lot about ourselves this week."
Huntington opens its season on Aug. 5 at home against Wilkinson County Christian Academy. The Lady Hounds will compete in the Amite School Center Tournament on Aug. 9.
"We were having some trouble scheduling some games, but we have about 15 now and that could be more down the road," Newman said.
Newman said he will concentrate on finding pitchers and catchers early before filling in other spots.
"I'm just glad to have something for these girls to do," he said. "We'll also have cross country starting up soon so they will be busy for a while."
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