Softball preview: Benet's bats offer big-time power
LISLE — Benet head coach Jerry Schilf offered an observation that should give most opponents a little bit of pause. "Our fifth-best hitter is probably better than the best hitter on 90 percent of of the teams we play," Schilf said. That's not just a case of bluster and bravado. Among a slew of returners, the Redwings' fifth-best batter in terms of average hit .415.