Armed and ready rotation promises deep playoff run for Owls’ Nine
For the first time in Edward Soto’s 12 years of coaching Reagan County Baseball he has depth on the mound.
“We’ve always had to survive on a number one and two pitcher,” Soto said. “After that we would struggle.”
Not this season.
The Owls have depth on the mound that would have coaches at larger schools drooling.
“I truly have eight guys that I could put out there if need be,” Soto said. “That gives us so much flexibility as we head into the playoffs.”