In a few weeks, most notably February 21st,will be a day that will be remembered at Bridgeland High School. The Bears will put on the orange and blue and play its first ever district varsity game in school history.
The biggest obstacle? Varsity experience.
"These boys are great players, but none of them have the experience at this level," coach Paul Orlando said. "Our competition will have senior leadership that we simply don't have."
Orlando has a tremendous baseball resume, having played at Cy-Fair and coached under Woody Champagne for years for the Bobcats. He was the District 17-6A Coach of the Year in 2016.
The players are hyped for the upcoming season and they feel like they are underestimated.
“I’m super excited for all the enemies to be honest with you," Taylor Phillips, a Southeastern La. commit said. "Whatever comes our way, we will do our best and hopefully that shows on the field”
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