Nashua-Plainfield’s Levi Enright delivers a pitch during a game against Northwood-Kensett played earlier this season.

Winless Huskies making progress

Coach appreciates his team’s attitude despite Nashua-Plainfield’s 0-15 mark

It’s not like Levi Miller didn’t come into the baseball season with his eyes wide open; after all, injuries and other issues left the Nashua-Plainfield baseball team playing with less than a full deck.
So while the second-year coach despises being 0-15, he hasn’t come close to giving up on his team yet, despite four more losses last week.
“We’re still making progress,” he said, “and I know people look at our record and question my sanity. But if we put a full game together, we can be dangerous.”
The Huskies suffered through another tough week — giving up a 4-1 lead in a 9-5 loss to Janesville on Tuesday, struggling out of the gate in a 13-3 loss to St. Ansgar on Wednesday, running into a hot Osage team in a 14-0 loss on Friday and wasting a solid pitching effort by Levi Enright in an 8-3 loss to North Butler on Monday.

The rest of the story may be found in the June 29 Reporter.

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