"It's a crazy world, so sports and athletics and music can be a form of escapism."
― Eddie Vedder
Bengal Sports Update: April 13th, 2018
By Zach Wargo '20
Lady Bengal Softball:
Bengal softball continues to have momentum within the district, as they defeated their cross-town rival Miyamura this past Friday, 12-7 and tied with the patriots 13-13 due to darkness, Bengals continue to have three losses over the season along with one tie. The lady bengals look to improve to 15-3-1 with a double header against bloomfield. Bengal Softball is ranked 11th in the state, as they are the second best team in 5A this season.
Bengal Baseball is more competitive this season, as they only have four wins this season, but continue to stay in games this season. They already have more runs scored, and more games won this year, as they are a senior heavy group. Bengal Baseball plays with heart and with a positive attitude every game, and like to have fun and play good old fashioned baseball. Bengal Baseball travels to Bloomfield to take on the bobcats, while they try to get their first win in district play this season.
This year with losing some strong athletes, bengal track is competitive. The Bengals have gone to Round Valley, Arizona and took 7th place out of 21 teams this season, which was a massive improvement from last season. They’ve already gotten two athletes qualified for state, while they look to add to that total. On March 24th, senior Jessica Ramirez qualified for state, as on April 7th, senior Gloria Jones qualified for state also. The Bengals look to compete again this weekend at Miyamura invite and looking to qualify more runners for state.