Spring sports have sprung

By 
Jackson Mcmurrey
Thursday, March 12, 2020

As March continues to breeze by, high schools around the area have begun to make their transitions into Spring sports as Winter sports and activities such as speech and debate, wrestling, and basketball come to the end of the 2019-2020 seasons. As Laurel varsity boys basketball players finish off the season at the State basketball tournament these coming days, they’ll begin to make way for Laurel girls’ softball kicking off games next week.

Next Friday, March 21, Laurel JV and varsity softball teams will host a home game against Custer County with the JV team playing at 11 a.m., and varsity playing at 1 p.m. Looking a little more forward into the following week for Laurel, the high school track team heads to Hardin for the Hardin Invite on Thursday, March 26 at 3 p.m.

Park City just had their official “First Spring sports practices” on Monday, March 9. Spring sports for Park City include golf, track, and Stillwater Renegade softball. The Panther track team will have their first meet at the Hardin Invite on March 26, also on that day will be the Renegade’s first softball game against Senior JV at Central Park at 5 p.m. The schedule for Park City golf is not available at this time but will be complete in the next week or so.

Joliet focuses only on track and field this Spring, and is led by head coach and co-athletic director of Joliet High, Samantha Antilla. Their first meet will be on Saturday, March 28 at the Snowflake Invitational located at Columbus HS starting at 9 a.m.

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