By Kashly Schweer
Prep Editor, Garden City High School
Wilson returns to coach Garden City baseball
The Garden City baseball team is excited to welcome back its former head coach, Bill Wilson. He began his coaching career at Garden City in 1985 where he led his team to six regional championships during his reign. Wilson, who had been in Florida coaching, returned to the area as the Holcomb High School's head coach. However, this season, he will be back in the Garden City dugout.
Wilson has changed the battle plan from what previous coach Brad Bascue had enforced. He indicated that he will focus on base hits, speed and keeping his runners in constant motion.
"The transition between coaches has been pretty easy," Brad Hoggat, returning senior said. "The guys have adapted to Coach Wilson very well."
Starting at the pitching mound for the Garden City will be Nathan Brungart, with Hoggat behind the plate.