The Gators have plenty of experience and are hoping it will help them achieve big things this year.
New head coach Steve McMechan has six returning starters around whom to build.
New head coach Colyn List and the Warriors are hoping to qualify for the postseason and advance to state.
The spring sports seasons get underway Thursday. Here’s a look at some of the top events this week.
The Panthers bring back eight starters after winning their fourth straight state title last year.
The Pirates return a solid core and hope to compete for a state tournament berth.
The Wildcats are primed for success with eight returning starters.
The Skyhawks return five starters and hope to compete for a spot in the top half of the Sunrise League.
The Patriots bring back 10 starters and are primed to compete in the Sunrise League.
The Longhorns return only four starters, but are hoping some young talent can help them compete.
The Cougars have nine seniors and hope to contend for the Sunrise League title.
Tyler Tuiasosopo, 27, was hired by Western last month and provides instant name recognition for a team that hasn’t won a game on the field since 2010.
New head coach Raul Almaguer has six returning starters, including batterymates Kalei Watkins and Mia Buranamontri, to rely on.
First-year coach Darrien Tennant is hoping to help the Desert Shields show big improvement this season.