Ready to take a swing at the top

“The core group of returning players gives us a lot of experience,” he said. “Offense will continue to be one of our strengths.”

The Hawks should be solid in pitching and defense, as well, positioning themselves for a title chase that’s likely to include defending champion Germantown and Homestead.

“I think we will be in the mix,” coach Hunt said.

This week, Grafton was scheduled to scrimmage Campbellsport on Tuesday and open the season at home Thursday with a 4:30 p.m. nonconference game against Oakfield.

Following spring break, the Hawks will begin league play April 5 with a 4:30 p.m.  home game against Homestead.

Photo Credit: SENIOR KATIE HUNT is one of eight returning starters on the Grafton softball team this season. The shortstop batted .442 and received All-North Shore Conference first-team honors as a junior. Photo by Sam Arendt



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