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Frenchtown Lady Broncs Cruising Through Regular Season

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The defending Class A champion Frenchtown Lady Broncs have played like a championship team so far this season. They have only one loss which was to AA Big Sky and have cruised through their Class A schedule.

"We've been playing really great, we have come together a lot and we are playing as a team and it's just exciting to have everyone playing together," said Junior Shortstop Gabby Martello.

"As a team we are stronger than ever, we have Morgan, our bats are doing awesome, we're just pretty solid right now," said Senior Second Baseman Kayla Blood.

"I like the way we have been hitting the ball, Morgan has obviously been pitching well but the thing that is always a wild card for us is our defense and defensively when the ball has been put in play we have been making plays which i am excited about," said Frenchtown Head Coach Eli Field.

If there has been any knock on the Broncs so far this year it's been their inconsistent play at the plate, something Coach Eli Field wants to see improve.

"Baseball/softball is that fragile that the ability to hit can come and go almost instantly, so if you don't approach the game with your highest mental approach you're not going to hit. So for us we need to maintain that focus and stay consistent offensively," said Field.

"Consistency, definitely in the bats we need to keep those going if we're having Laci and Morgan on the mound we need to have those going if they're struggling then we need to be good on defense and be consistent all around," said Blood.

So with around three weeks left in the regular season Frenchtown has proven themselves the team to beat, but it will all come down to the state tournament which will be in Polson at the end of the month.

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