Cheney Baseball sets sites on productive season
Last updated 3/10/2022 at 8:50am
CHENEY—The shortened COVID season last year saw the Blackhawks post only one win, a 15-5 shellacking of Ferris. But coach Rob Beamer anticipates the team being better than a.500 ball club in 2022.
“I expect us to compete at a high level and finish in the upper half of the GSL,” Beamer said. “I have six returning players led by Third-Team All-GSL pitcher Isaac Nesbitt.”
Beamer believes pitching will be the teams’ strength this year.
“We have some good young arms in the system,” he said.
The team has a lot of youth, which could pose some problems for Cheney.
“We lack varsity...