Southridge plays its fourth match in four days this afternoon when Heritage Hills comes to town, but at the rate the Raiders have been rolling, wear-and-tear probably isn’t an issue at the end of a busy stretch.
So far this season, Jasper's Adam Hedinger and Noah Weidenbenner have had an arrangement: whenever Hedinger reaches base, Weidenbenner supplants the Wildcat catcher as his courtesy runner on the basepaths.
After Jasper’s 6-4 victory against New Albany on Saturday afternoon at Ruxer Field, Gobert settled on the classic Bill Murray comedy “Groundhog Day” as his best way to describe his team’s season so far.
Back when Terry Gobert was a disciple in the coaching ranks, he adhered to a commandment of sorts from the man who coached Jasper’s baseball program before Gobert took over. More than three decades later, the maxim maintains relevance.