Forest City’s softball team is looking to become a winning program in 2019.
Last year, the Indians went 10-14, showing they were competitive in most games.
The senior duo of Kelsey Koch and Cora Holland will be crucial for Forest City, as will a deep group of juniors.
Koch batted .406 with 21 RBIs, and Holland had an average of .386 with a team-high 26 RBIs.
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Natalie Moore and Kennedy Klein figure to be the pitchers the Indians rely on.
Coach Justin Uhlenhopp is serving his second year as the Indians’ coach. He hopes last year’s experiences turn into momentum and success on the field this summer.
First-week games: May 21 at Northwood-Kensett; May 22 at Bishop Garrigan.