Discussed schedules, trips, fund raising, team expectations, Tournament Support and Communication. Parent Agenda
Palmer High School – the Moose- will be joining the Northern Lights Conference this year taking us to 6 Teams. Homer will be going to Sitka for a 4-6 team tournament on Easter Weekend. Looks to be an exciting season as we are in pursuit of our Four-Peat on the Region Championship.
Schedule for teams is close to finished- See varsity Schedule and assume that JV is very similar. Hannah is in Dome on Tuesdays and Thursdays after School. I am in the Dome on Sundays by request. MJ is at ATR after school for you to get in shape and muscle up – check with GG, AB, DH. This can be the year if you all believe and work for it.
Just around the corner, Clarity of vision allows us to see the draft schedule for next year on the schedule page. More to come, Check back often.
Another Great Season in the books. Second in the Conference but Swept the Region Championships. Best finish at state in years, getting fourth with the understanding we have a young team that will all be back but one. Lots of work ahead in this beautiful summer and over the winter to hone skills, build passion and hold our focus. Thanks from me for lots of memories, smiles and amazing moments.
Congratulations to the Mariner Team for the third Region Championship, battling tough teams, weather- showing resiliency, grit and tremendous support for each other. What a great group of players. on to the State Tournament, stay tuned
Off to Regions with first game against Soldotna on 5/24 at 12:30. Either come to the Kenai Fields to support us or follow on Live Facebook on the Mariner Softball Page.
It goes so fast. Seems like we just started and here it is, Regions and State around the corner. Then the sadness of seeing this crazy, strange team of unique players going their separate ways. But what a team they have become, Hold your breath and Hang on. The waves of the mariners will wash over all.
Participated in the Inaugural Rally in the Valley Tournament, hosted by all four Valley Schools and took First Place with 5-0 record and some Nail biting Games. Did this with only 9 Players putting in a remarkable display of jelling as a team. Let’s see where we go from here. BTW- second place team was Kodiak, showing a Northern Lights and small school dominance this last weekend.