Baseball Senior Night



Written by: Trinity Krouse and Jeda French

Senior night baseball was May 1. The Bobcats won 10-0 in their last home game, against Heritage Christian Academy. Before the game started, five seniors were honored: Mason Hooker, Tuckker Johnson, Jacob Robinette, Timmy Tush and Taylor White. They were also given gifts for their final farewell.

“It was a perfect game to end on at our home field, considering the outcome. We had energy and plenty of fun to send us off,” said Hooker.

For the five seniors, it was their last time ever playing on the home field.

“The biggest highlight for me was being able to be out there on the field with my teammates for one pitch,” said Tush. “Being out the entire season with a broken hand, it kills me not to be able to pitch and be out there competing. I can’t thank Coach See enough for what he’s done for me, especially for letting me be out on the field one last time. It’s sad knowing I’ll never play on that field with my teammates again.”

Most of the seniors have spent a lot of time together. Hooker, Johnson, Robinette and Tush have been on the team all four years of high school. Now they have to say goodbye to each other.

“I will miss a lot about this team, and it’s not just a team. They are my brothers, my ride or dies. I know once I leave the high school if they ever need anything they know I’m here for them and they will do the same for me,” said White. “I have never been so happy to play with such a great and talented group of guys.”

With senior night and the Bobcat win, it’s time to say farewell to the five baseball seniors.