The Devil’s Advocate

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The Devil’s Advocate

The Devil’s Advocate

Meet the Staff

Kai is currently a junior at Lodi High School. This is their first year on staff.

Ella Johnson
Ella Johnson
Yearbook co-editor

Ella Johnson is a junior at LHS and is a co-editor for the yearbook. She joined the publications staff as a junior. Her main focus has been on the yearbook, but she has also been a part of the broadcast...

Amelia Clark is a junior at Lodi High School. This is her first year writing for the school newspaper.

Madeline Deleon is currently a freshman at Lodi High School. It is her second semester with the staff. She works on broadcast, newspaper, and yearbook.

Baseball’s New Pitch: Lodi’s Season

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Audrey Parpart

As spring fills the air, there is a lot of excitement surrounding the baseball diamond! Players are gearing up for their season ahead, anticipating the new season. The team, determined to clinch the conference championship title, faces the challenge head-on, despite missing people they had hoped to play.

The Lodi High School baseball team, despite a challenging start to the season, has shown remarkable resilience. Adapting to the loss of their three main pitchers, the team has not faltered. Senior Paxton Wyman, one of the varsity captains, expressed his confidence in the team’s ability to overcome this hurdle. “I’m feeling very good about this season. After losing our three main pitchers, I thought we’d be down some, but our team is showing in practice and in games that we are still just as capable as last year,” Wyman said.

The season promises new challenges and opportunities for the Lodi High School baseball team. The other varsity captain, junior Caleb Lord, is particularly enthusiastic about what’s in store. “I’m looking forward to playing with my teammates and having fun. It’s always a good time,” Lord said.

The Lodi High School baseball team is not just aiming to claim the Capital North Conference title once again, but they also have their sights set on advancing further in the playoffs than they did last year. Freshman Kale Schnieder shares his ambitious perspective: “I hope that we win the Capital North Conference again and that we make a deeper playoff run than last year.”

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As the baseball season swings into full gear, the Lodi High School team is set to face the challenges ahead with determination. With a mix of players, the community is watching with anticipation to see how the season unfolds. The players aim to secure another Capital North Conference title and push for a deeper run in the playoffs.

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About the Contributor
Aubrey Lord
Aubrey Lord is a freshman at Lodi High School. She joined Writing for Publication this year. She was inspired to join this class after her eighth grade teacher told her she would be a perfect candidate for the class. She has done some work in writing, broadcasting, and yearbook design.