The Coyotes baseball team picked up an 11-1 league win against Technology on Tuesday to improve to 3-1 in league play. Fridays game against St Vincent is rained out and the Coyotes hope to return to action next week when they travel to RVC. On Friday March 29th, the Coyotes host Upper Lake at 5:30 at Doyle Park in their final game before spring break.
The Coyotes baseball team is set to open league play at Tomales on Friday at 3:30. It is the opening matchup of NCL II league play for both teams. The Coyotes enter the season with 20 players, their largest roster ever. They have a group of talented returners as well as some incoming freshmen that add experience. The Coyotes opened the season with a win over Archbishop Hanna before dropping close games to Cloverdale and Drew School. They have also had two games rained out and are eager to play. Next week they have two more league games as they host Credo on Tuesday and travel to Calistoga on Wednesday.
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