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|Franklin Parish High School baseball returns to district play|
Talk to anyone involved with the Franklin Parish High School Baseball program and they will all tell you the same thing.
This team isn't anything like the team earlier in the season.
Despite a 1-2 week with losses against Trinity (MS), 6-5 and Vidalia, 6-4 sandwiched around a win over Rayville, 7-6, Patriots head coach Jimmy Comeaux said his team seems to finally be getting it.
"We said a couple of weeks ago that you could only use the young excuse for so long," Comeaux said. "Now it seems like our kids are just starting to play smarter baseball and it is quite evident out on the field.
"We have eliminated a majority of the errors that we use to commit. The game against Rayville was the first game that we didn't commit an error this season."
Overcoming a 6-0 first-inning outburst by Rayville, Comeaux said that he was happy to see his young squad bounce back so quickly and be able to come away victorious.
"The same thing actually happened to us in the game against Trinity," Comeaux said. "We came from behind and they went out in front and then we came from behind and unfortunately scored some runs late to get the win.
"We are hitting the ball well and when I say that I don't necessarily just mean base hits. What I mean is that we are not striking out and putting the ball in play. As long as you are making the other team field the ball you are going to have a chance."