Westside Wired

Filed under Baseball, Sports

Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

Junior+Harrison+Kreiling+is+the+starting+catcher+on+the+2019+team.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

Junior Harrison Kreiling is the starting catcher on the 2019 team.

Junior Harrison Kreiling is the starting catcher on the 2019 team.

Kate Avery

Junior Harrison Kreiling is the starting catcher on the 2019 team.

Kate Avery

Kate Avery

Junior Harrison Kreiling is the starting catcher on the 2019 team.

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The Westside varsity baseball team’s season has been up and down through 21 games of the season, but they have managed to make it out 5 games over .500 with a 13-8 record. Westside has also earned a ranking of ninth in the Class A state rankings via the Omaha World-Herald. Head Coach Bob Greco said he feels the season has gone well for the team so far.

“The season has gone pretty good. We’re getting better. We are continuing to improve a little bit. We want to be playing our best baseball at the end of the season,” Greco said. “We have had some injuries which has led to a lot of guys playing that wouldn’t have gotten to so I think everyone is getting better.”

Greco said the teams defense has been making too many errors they don’t usually make and that the defense has been letting the team down. Greco hopes to help the team fix those errors and make sure the team is at their top form for the state tournament.

“We’re always setting our goal to win state. We may not be good enough to win it right now but that doesn’t mean we won’t be in two weeks, so we just have to keep getting better,” Greco said.

Westside will compete in this weekend’s DK Invite at Millard South beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
About the Writer
Connor Stephens, Sports Journalism Staff Writer

Hi my name is Connor Stephens I am a staff writer for Sports Journalism this year. I am now a freshman and this is my first year of Journalism. If you...

Navigate Left
  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Baseball

    Season Recap: Westside Baseball Falls Short of Goal in 2019 Spring Season

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Baseball

    Westside Tops Mustangs, Moves on to Don Kraft Final

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Baseball

    Reserve Baseball Reflects On Season

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Baseball

    Photo Gallery: Reserve Baseball vs Elkhorn South

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Baseball

    OPINION: Spring Sports Need Support All Season Long

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Baseball

    Warriors Walk Off to Take Down Second-Ranked Storm

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Baseball

    Seven Student Athletes Sign National Letter of Intent

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    News

    Cross Country Teams Combine for Upcoming Season

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Sports

    Sophomore Competes at Different School Due to Lack of Trap Program at Westside

  • Westside Baseball Remains Positive Despite Injuries

    Lance

    The Future of DECA

Navigate Right
The Student-Run News Site of Westside High School in Omaha, Nebraska. Keeping you WIRED in to all things Westside.