By Mike Petersen
Sports Editor & Staff Writer 

Looking to continue the momentum in 2022

H-M-S baseball team seeks improvement in WEC finish


May 26, 2022


Members of the 2022 Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn baseball team are front row, from left to right: Damion Hansen, Jonah Moore, Lawton Schiphoff, Jack Mastbergen, Ben Waddell, Blake Meendering, Aiden Bush and Dominic Tripp. Second row: Assistant Coach Jacob Riedemann, Ethan Diehm, Tyson Tessum, Trenton Vollink, Jacob Cates, Tanner Tesch and Head Coach Jeremy Gloden. Third row: Bradley Van Beek, Keith DeBoer, Keaton Graves, Nick Bronstad, Jordan Ortega and Evan Eilers. Not pictured: Jonathan Ortiz.

Coming off the first double-digit win season in seven years, the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn baseball team is setting its sights on even better things in 2022.

Graduation losses leave some important positions to be filled, but Hawk coach Jeremy Gloden believes the return of six starters puts H-M-S in position to build on the strong finish to last year's 10-12 campaign.

"Our goal is to continue the momentum we built last year with our program," said the third-year head coach. "I think double-digit wins are attainable."

Pitching and defense are two areas that have impressed Gloden in preseason wor...

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