The Sinclairs baseball team’s games were delayed due to the large amount of rain the region received in the past week.
It cancelled out every game, and with that, Coach Dintaman gave his guys a bit of a break. Typically, they get Mondays off, but he gave them a couple of days more, just to relax and get caught up on school work just like the rest of us are probably doing.
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Sometimes if you are at work in a meeting, you might hear the phrase, “we are doing good, but we can do better.” That should not be something that the Tartan Pride should be hearing because they are sitting at a 27-5 record, being 7-1 in the conference. The team has an awesome .341 average, averaging almost 10 runs a game, only giving up about 3 runs a game, and many of their players are starting to find their stride.
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Like the baseball team, the Tartan Pride softball team is making plenty of noise as well. The Pride have won 16 of their last 17 games, 12 of their victories have been by at least 5 runs. In the beginning of the season they started out 4-4 and were a bit rough, but since have dominated on all sides of the field.
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The Tartan Pride swept their conference rival Owens CC behind solid pitching, but snapped their 14-game winning streak as Vincennes University handed them their first loss since March 14 against Kellogg CC.
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The Sinclair baseball team isn’t the only one dominating their opponents this season. The softball team is 17-4 right now and have won seven games in the past three days. According to the Sinclair Athletic website, they are third in the country in hitting, pitching, and fielding. They are batting an impressive .436 average while the bullpen is holding batters in check with an ERA of 3.47. They also have the most strikeouts of any team that has played in 17 games or less.
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The Sinclair Community College Basketball program is celebrating its 50th year of existence.
The college institution implemented the team in 1964, kicking off the first men’s basketball season, and hosted its first game at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds.
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