Cougars make much progress in second year of baseball
The Starkville Christian School Cougars were edged by Grace Christian 7-6 Tuesday night, which was the closest they've come to a victory in the two-year history of the program. (Submitted photo)
The Starkville Christian Cougars have made quite a bit of progress over the last two years.
On Tuesday in Louisville, the Cougars came within one play of getting the first win in the history of the program.
Starkville Christian School coach Brandon Frazier knows now that his team is doing the right things even though it has yet to taste victory.
He believes it's just a matter of time.
The Cougars lost to Grace Christian 7-6, but Frazier was encourage and said, "it was a moral victory for all of us."
"Halfway into the second season of our program, I have seen these young men develop immensely and I couldn't be more proud of the effort they put forth (Tuesday night)," Frazier said after the game. "Our team is young and inexperienced, but (Tuesday night) I saw a group of young men that were determined to get their first win.
"We have five more games on our schedule and I am convinced by the end of the season, there will be a mark in the victory column. I saw signs of great things to come for this to be only the ninth game played in Starkville Christian baseball history. I am proud to be a part of what we're doing here with Starkville Christian baseball."
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