Bosqueville baseball is rolling as they get ready for a regional quarter-final match-up with Santo this weekend.
Senior Tanner Sepulveda feels like a big reason for their recent success is their late season success is a win against a district rival.
“We played against Valley Mills and we got them the second time, and I think that really boosted our momentum and showed that ‘Hey, we are competitive.'” he said. “I mean, everybody who doubted us, they’re going to know who Bosqueville is and how good our program is.”
The Bulldogs hoping to show a few more teams how good they are along the way, enjoying the ride in their first year under head coach David Anderson.
“What really separates this group of guys is how close they are,” Anderson said. “You see a lot of teams are really talented and they’re close, but you know, this group is like a group of brothers. One second they’re cheering each other on, next second they’re picking on each other. But it’s all out of fun love. That’s just the way we are. We have fun. And you know, when the lights come on we get after it.”
The Bulldogs open a three game series with Santo on Friday night in Cleburne beginng at 6:00pm.