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Boys baseball team improves to 4-1-1 with win over Lajeunesse

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The North Star Wolves boys baseball team picked up another win on the 2024 season last week.


The Wolves improved to 4-1-1 on the year thanks to a 9-1 victory over Lajeunesse last Wednesday afternoon at the Libro Centre in Amherstburg. The win left the Wolves in second place in the WECSSAA Bertoia Division schedule as Cardinal Carter is 5-1-1.


“We came out of the gates ready to play,” said North Star’s Owen Scott. “Our team was ready.”


Scott believed the Wolves are a strong team this season.


“We have a great team. We have great chemistry,” said Scott. “The season has been going pretty well. We’re near the top of the standings and we’re having some fun.”


The Wolves will finish the regular season today (May 22) in Essex with a 4 p.m. game. The Red Raiders are right behind the Wolves in the standings as they are 4-2 on the 2024 regular season.


“We know they are a good team,” said Scott. “We have to come ready to play.”

Assistant coach Julian Hebert said “it’s exciting” that the Wolves are doing well this season.


“It’s nice to see,” said Hebert.


North Star is getting good pitching this season, Hebert added, and the fielding and bats are also holding their own so far during the year.

Boys baseball team improves to 4-1-1 with win over Lajeunesse

By Ron Giofu

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