Sports ‘second seasons’ slated


The 2022 high school spring sports season is winding down. Post-season tournaments begin this coming week with tennis and softball. The SBAAC Track and Field Championship meet begins Monday with lacrosse and baseball tournament play commencing the following week. In the photos, Clinton-Massie softball player Delaney Schneder and Blanchester baseball player Reagan Burch at the plate during competition this season.

The 2022 high school spring sports season is winding down. Post-season tournaments begin this coming week with tennis and softball. The SBAAC Track and Field Championship meet begins Monday with lacrosse and baseball tournament play commencing the following week. In the photos, Clinton-Massie softball player Delaney Schneder and Blanchester baseball player Reagan Burch at the plate during competition this season.


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The 2022 high school spring sports season is winding down. Post-season tournaments begin this coming week with tennis and softball. The SBAAC Track and Field Championship meet begins Monday with lacrosse and baseball tournament play commencing the following week. In the photos, Clinton-Massie softball player Delaney Schneder and Blanchester baseball player Reagan Burch at the plate during competition this season.

The 2022 high school spring sports season is winding down. Post-season tournaments begin this coming week with tennis and softball. The SBAAC Track and Field Championship meet begins Monday with lacrosse and baseball tournament play commencing the following week. In the photos, Clinton-Massie softball player Delaney Schneder and Blanchester baseball player Reagan Burch at the plate during competition this season.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/05/web1_composite-2.jpgThe 2022 high school spring sports season is winding down. Post-season tournaments begin this coming week with tennis and softball. The SBAAC Track and Field Championship meet begins Monday with lacrosse and baseball tournament play commencing the following week. In the photos, Clinton-Massie softball player Delaney Schneder and Blanchester baseball player Reagan Burch at the plate during competition this season. News Journal file photos