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Judge vs. Ryan on the baseball diamond tomorrow

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Brian Yost makes a play for Ryan.

Brian Yost makes a play for Ryan.

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Spring time means school is coming close to an end, summer is around the corner, and baseball season is in full swing again.

So far this season, the Archbishop Ryan boys varsity baseball team have a 4-1 record, with a loss from MAST Community Charter School. It was a tough loss with a final score of 5-4. Besides that loss, they have had a 9-2 win over Shipley, a 12-2 win over Northeast, a 10-0 win over William Tennent, a 9-3 win over Bonner Prendergast, and a 3-2 win over Neumann Goretti.

The head coach of the team Nick Chichilitti, who graduated in the class of ‘84 at Archbishop Ryan, is going to be training his team hard this season in order to bring back some wins. Last year, the team finished the season with a record of 4-8 and placed ninth overall in the league. They plan on doing things differently this year. The team has won many Philadelphia Catholic League Championships and plan on having a good season this year.

Junior Nick Glebocki says, “I think the team is going to have a good season because we played good in the fall.”

Each player has a strategy on how to play well.

“I’m going to be aggressive,” says junior Chris Reed about his plan on how to have a good season.

With the help of Pat Kajder and Jason Keen, who Reed claims are the best players, the team is going to work hard and work together to be successful. Teamwork is needed during the season, especially when playing against tough teams.

When the team plays neighborhood rival school Father Judge, it is expected to be a close game. Junior Chris Reed says they will beat Judge. Sophomore Steven Kodluk, who attends Father Judge and plays baseball for them, says they will beat Ryan.

“We have a high chance of beating Ryan because while the weather was bad we were practicing and training on our turf field. Ryan on the other hand couldn’t practice or train. Most teams in this league don’t have the privilege to play on a turf field or have indoor facilities to work on in the off season,” Kodluk said.

This rivalry game against Father Judge will take place on April 26 at home at 4 o’clock. The season is going to be over towards the end of May, and it is going to be a good one.

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