Softball Has Tough Week

Kari Elzey

The Milford High School softball team had a tough week, losing 10-0 to Easton on April 1and 12-2 to Sussex Tech on April 14. “Our last few games were okay,” said junior Savannah Becker. “But they are done and over with. The team is putting that behind us and looking forward to our next game against Caesar Rodney.”

Matching up against Easton, the Bucs committed five errors and posted just two hits.

While facing the Ravens, Alyssa Sanders and Katherine Richard each had a double amongst the Bucs’ five total hits.

“We have the same standout players we have had all season long,” said Becker. “We are a young team. As soon as we gel and get used to playing together, everyone will see improvement.”

The Bucs (3-6) will face Caesar Rodney (3-5) on April 18 at Caesar Rodney.

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