Entering the year, hoping for a State Title repeat, the Seton Catholic Central Saints baseball team had a few more questions regarding the lineup than they did the year previous. Specifically, the offensive output. This year's squad has not won many games by blowing out their opponents, but rather, scoring a couple of runs and using pitching and stellar defense to secure wins. They've done that enough times to secure a sectional championship.
Now that the lineup is fairly solid and continues to grow, the Saints are poised for another run at a State Championship and know that the arms and gloves, not the bats, will be the key to repeating.
The Saints travel to Onondaga Community College on Saturday to take on Section III's South Lewis at 1:30 in the Class C State Quarterfinals
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