April 24, 2013 —
Calhoun has worked on situations on the field for both offense and defense and said his squad has worked hard to figure out how to get out of the slump.
“It’s been a good thing for us,” Calhoun said. “Especially on our swings. We’ve been working on things to get extra swings in and hopefully things will get it turned around.”
East Carter (16-5) had the opportunity to break out of the slump Tuesday night against Fairview. The Lady Raiders will hit the road to Powell County this weekend to play in the Tanner Dodge Classic.
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