Greenwood topped neighboring softball rival Center Grove 3-0 on Friday, yet both head coaches were more concerned with improvement than the outcome.
“We won as a team, and I’m happy about that,” Greenwood coach Stephanie Senac said. “But there is a lot of improvement we need to make.
“We didn’t play to our potential.”
Senac was speaking mostly of the visiting Woodmen’s offense, which had plenty of chances to cross home plate more than three times even though it collected just five hits off Trojans junior pitcher Abbey Pratt. Greenwood ended up with nine runners stranded on base.