Pirates see bright spots amid growing pains

SUN photo/Randi Pierce Pirate senior Briar Erskine throws to the plate during the first game of the April 1 doubleheader against the Sargent Farmers. The Pirates dropped both games, but Erskine’s performance on the mound was highlighted by the coach, as were his three hits and an RBI.

SUN photo/Randi Pierce
Pirate senior Briar Erskine throws to the plate during the first game of the April 1 doubleheader against the Sargent Farmers. The Pirates dropped both games, but Erskine’s performance on the mound was highlighted by the coach, as were his three hits and an RBI.

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate baseball team is still seeking its elusive first win, but last week was not without its bright spots for the team.

The young team, which coach Robert Henderson reiterated is in a rebuilding phase, is now 0-7 on the season.

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This story was posted on April 7, 2016.