CLAY CITY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – After winning back to back regional titles for the first time in school history, the Clay City Eels will head to North Daviess Saturday for a matchup with Tecumseh in semi-state.
Clay City is looking to head back to the state finals where their season ended a year ago.
“We try to take it pitch by pitch, game by game, at bat by at bat. You just have to go one game at a time and have as much fun as we can,” says head coach Jason Sinders.
“We all have a lot of different personalities, but we are crazy and we love to play so as long as we are hyped up, everything is good,” says sophomore Lexi Thompson.
Senior starting pitcher Sophie Moshos was strong in the regional win Tuesday and the Eels will need her Saturday at semi-state. You can bet there will be plenty of purple in attendance as well.
“Clay City’s atmosphere is unbeaten. Compared to every other place and school I’ve seen. How everybody comes together, it’s crazy,” says Moshos.
Clay City vs Tecumseh is set for noon Saturday at North Daviess.