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TD baseball has lofty goals for 2018 season

After a big breakthrough in ‘17, Hawks want to take a step forward

The Dalles baseball brings back a young and inexperienced group that gained valuable field time during the 2017 campaign, which resulted in a state play-in berth. In the photo are, from left to right, starting in the back row, assistant coach Bailey Ortega, head coach Steve Sugg, Jose Gonzalez, Spencer Honald, Zach Anderson, Henry Lee, Michael Armstrong, assistant coach Leroy Tharp and assistant coach Ed Ortega. In the front row are, from left, Gabe Helseth, Mac Abbas, Baily Hajicek, Ben Nelson, Dalles Seufalemua, Jordan Wetmore, Ben Schanno, Josh Johnson and Dominic Smith. Not pictured is Kristos Kiser.

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The Dalles baseball brings back a young and inexperienced group that gained valuable field time during the 2017 campaign, which resulted in a state play-in berth. In the photo are, from left to right, starting in the back row, assistant coach Bailey Ortega, head coach Steve Sugg, Jose Gonzalez, Spencer Honald, Zach Anderson, Henry Lee, Michael Armstrong, assistant coach Leroy Tharp and assistant coach Ed Ortega. In the front row are, from left, Gabe Helseth, Mac Abbas, Baily Hajicek, Ben Nelson, Dalles Seufalemua, Jordan Wetmore, Ben Schanno, Josh Johnson and Dominic Smith. Not pictured is Kristos Kiser.



From the end of the season, a 3-2 state play-in loss to Putnam on May 19, a handful of baseball players from The Dalles High School were still active for summer and fall ball and were also in the cages over the winter getting extra swings in...

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