Mustangs prepare for upcoming season
Mark Amdahl’s Mustangs are still a work in progress on determining who will be the starters and those coming in off the bench to help the ball club out as they prepare for their opener at home in Summit Dec. 13 against Milbank in the doubleheader contest. The seasoned coach said he is really undecided including any rotation of players.
The boys finished last season with a 8-14 record and look to continue to improve as the season rolls on. Amdahl said, “We respect all the teams and will need to play well to beat any of them.”
The Mustangs strength Amdahl said is with a deep bench, experience and overall attitude. He added that while his team has depth, their weak points would be that they need to keep improving on the fundamentals.
The Mustangs open at home in Summit Dec. 13 against Milbank (DH), Dec. 14 at Rosholt, Dec. 20 at Waverly against the Coyotes, Jan. 4 in Waubay Ipswich (DH), Jan. 6 host Britton-Hecla in Waubay, Jan. 9 at Langford, Jan. 10 Great Plains Lutheran in Watertown (DH), Jan. 14 host Webster in Waubay, Jan. 17 at Wilmot (DH), Jan. 21 at Aberdeen Christian (DH), Jan. 23 at Florence, Jan. 25 at Faulkton (DH), Jan. 28 Wilmot in Waubay, Jan. 31 Warner in Summit (DH), Feb. 4 at Castelwood (DH), Feb. 7 Centerville in Waubay, Feb. 8 at Mellette Northwestern (DH), Feb. 11 at Estelline, Feb. 17 Waverly-South Shore in Summit, Feb. 21 Great Plains Lutheran (DH) in Summit, March 2, 3, 6 regions TBA, March 10 SoDak 16 TBA.
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