Hawks look to close first half of section play with wins

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Hawks look to close first half of section play with wins

Kevin Kogler advances to third during the Hawks game vs. USC on April 10.

Kevin Kogler advances to third during the Hawks game vs. USC on April 10.

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Kevin Kogler advances to third during the Hawks game vs. USC on April 10.

Aidan Gorman / Hawk Eye

Aidan Gorman / Hawk Eye

Kevin Kogler advances to third during the Hawks game vs. USC on April 10.

Anthony Chiccitt, Deputy Sports Editor

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The baseball team (6-2, 3-1 in section) is looking to finish the first half of section play on a high note. They will have back-to-back games on Tuesday and Wednesday after a rainout on Monday. They will take on the defending state champions Canon-McMillan on Tuesday and Baldwin on Wednesday.

Last year, the Hawks were 2-0 against both teams, so they are looking to carry the success over to this year as well. Sophomore Eric Chalus (2-0) will be the starting pitcher against the Big Macs and junior Evan Bromley (3-0) will get the nod against the Highlanders.

Junior all-section selection Kevin Kogler had a big week last week with a home run and a couple of multiple-hit games. He will look to build off of that as he says, “Last Tuesday, I went to go look at puppies, and I’ve been locked in at the plate ever since them.”

First pitch is 4 p.m at Purkey Field on Tuesday, April 16.

On Wednesday, April 17, the game is away at Baldwin, and the first pitch is at 4 p.m.

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