Taking full advantage of better than average conditions to compete has been easier said than done this Spring, even though the Gothenburg tracksters challenged for supremacy and accolades at the Annual Dutch Zorn Invitational on Thursday.
GOITHENBURG SENIOR Avery Dunphy (middle) signed on the dotted line her intentions to attend and play softball at Hastings College during the upcoming 2021-2022 season. Joining in on the joyous event were (front, from left) Charity Dunphy, her mother; Avery Dunphy; and Tom Dunphy, her father. (Back) Softball coaches: Maggie Tiller, Kully Harrison, Luke Dea, Jennifer Young and Corey Beachel; and Hastings College Coach Troy Baker. KELLY NINAS/TRI-CITY TRIBUNE
It was like it was a scene out of the Groundhog Day movie, as the Swedes linksters returned to their home turf, it was the same time, same day, but a different opponent. The Swedes were up to the challenge, as they did their best to tame the Wild Horse during a links showdown with Lexington on Thursday afternoon at Wild Horse Golf Course north of Gothenburg.