Baseball Season Has Started In Mooseville
Instinger has been recovering from a shoulder injury he suffered during the All-County Championships last fall. The Bees lost the All-County title to the Catnip County Cougars, 11-7. In a recent interview with local reporter, Cindy Scoops, Instinger said the mental anguish of the loss is something he has yet to recover from.
Senior, Tosh Instinger revisits last year's loss at the All-County Championships.
Mooseville Bees pitcher, Tosh Instinger makes big promises for next year.
“It’s a long road to All-County,” said Bees’ Head Coach, Carl Couch. “We got plenty of boys that need some innings under their belt. Lee Goodenough’s been throwing hard in practice, and Tucker Jenkins, his curve is actually starting to curve. Some of our boys have really been stepping up since Tosh has been out. It’s going to make us stronger as a team.”
Despite Coach Couch’s focus on his team, part of his reluctance to play Instinger is in part because he wants to protect his pitcher’s career after high school.
Head Coach, Carl Couch discusses Instinger's future.
More than likely Carlos Santiago will start on the mound for the Longhorns, and senior first baseman, Butch Callister and junior catcher, Gordy Morgie will threaten the Bees with their bats.
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