Wasatch head coach Doug Kinsman recognized the difficulties of playing Salem Hills at this juncture in the season.
"We are looking to make progress, improve every game and every position," he said. "If we can do that, we will be content with the result for now."
And that result: a 12-0 loss to a tough Salem Hills team Thursday evening.
Salem Hills head coach Renae Kinghorn recognized the opportunity this game presented for her Skyhawks: "We are just looking to get on track," she said. "If we can start hitting again, it could be a good day for us."
And that is what happened. Salem Hills was able to contact the ball well. Skyhawks Ashley Whiting and Amelia Weight hit round trippers, while Kenzie Cowden added a triple and Alex Oveson a double, and Kirtlyn Bohling went for 3 RBI in the game.
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