Lady G-Men hoping to break early season losing streak with steady improvement

Georgetown freshman Jaiden Slack delivers a pitch in the Lady G-Men’s April 5 game against Blanchester.

By Wade Linville – 

The Georgetown Lady G-Men are showing improvement on the field, but are still struggling to bring home wins in the early season of play.
The Lady G-Men dropped to an 0-5-1 record on the season with a 9-4 loss to the Clermont Northeastern Lady Rockets on April 11.
The Lady G-Men are in the midst of breaking in a new varsity pitcher after losing their full-time pitcher, Kassidy Seigla, from last season to graduation.
Pitching in the Lady G-Men’s April 5 loss to Blanchester was freshman Jaiden Slack in her varsity debut season.
Expect much improvement out of the Lady G-Men as the season rolls along and some of the younger players on the varsity squad gain additional experience. The Lady G-Men were scheduled to host Lynchburg-Clay for a non-league double header on April 14, and they are back in action on their home field April 17 for a league game against the Bethel-Tate Lady Tigers.