After winning another Section IV Title, the Windsor Black Knights are looking for a state title repeat on the softball diamond. Head Coach Bill Waldron says that the easiest part of his job on gameday is filling out the lineup card because there is no easy out on his team. Everyday it seems, he says, when he calls the final score into the media outlets, it's a different girl's name he gives as the stand out. That diversity and depth is what sets Windsor apart from the field and gives them a leg up as they enter Thursday's Quarterfinals at Union-Endicott against Section III's Solvay at 4:30.
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