State champ Lisle baseball plays short summer season, Benet bolsters pitching staff
LISLE – After playing 35 games and winning a state title in the spring, Lisle’s baseball team took a well-deserved breather this summer.
While most teams played, or at least scheduled upwards of 20 games in the summer, the Lions and head coach Pete Meyer held back a little bit, playing just 10 games. Maybe not as many games played as the competition, but enough to make the summer season useful as the Lions look to defend their state title next spring.
“We got a chance to see what the young guys have and see what we’ve got for next year,” Meyer said. “We got a chance to see what’s there, that’s the main reason you do it.”
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