Seniors lead the varsity baseball team to a sweep in its doubleheader against Greenville


Led by its senior class, the varsity baseball team was able to go 2-0 and sweep the doubleheader over Greenville with scores of 6-3 and 11-3. After some late struggles in the first game, the Rangers were able to solidify the sweep with an even better offensive performance in the second outing. Showing the OK White its dominant offensive attack, the Ranger bats were active all night long. 

After an early-season win over East Kentwood before the spring break hiatus, the FHC varsity baseball team looked to keep its undefeated record alive against a Greenville team that has not seen much success in its last couple of seasons.

Following a great start to the season, the Rangers looked to get a couple of wins over the Greenville Yellow Jackets. As the first game started, FHC’s dominant offense led by seniors Nathan Sigg and Brady Price seemed to rock the Greenville pitchers. Along with the offense, the defense was playing just as well, led by seniors Aidan O’Meara and Maguire Mahachek to back up the pitching. As the Rangers pulled away with a solid lead going into the last inning, errors and mistakes came upon the team. However, after some time to regroup, FHC only gave up two runs to solidify a 6-3 win.

In the second game of the day, the team looked solid after pulling away with a huge 11-3 lead by the 4th inning. As the 5th inning rolled around, however, the umpires convened and decided to call off the game due to cold weather. Even if the teams meet up to finish this game on Friday, it looks like the Rangers will walk away with the win. 

FHC is now officially 2-0, with the postponed game being moved to Friday, April 16th with yet another matchup against Greenville. The rematch will take place at 4:15 PM.