South Fork Cubs Poised for Breakthrough Season

We’ve joined forces with Ray Hamill of HumboldtSports.com to bring you local sports. We’ll be sharing a teaser and a link to his stories here for easy access. Click through to his site for the latest in local action, but here’s a peek into what he has to say about the South Fork Cubs:

south fork high school cubs feature iconIn Miranda, the South Fork Cubs have been steadily building momentum through the pre-league schedule, and are poised for a breakthrough season and a first winning campaign since 2013.

“They’re a pretty talented group,” head coach Taylor Morrow said.

The Cubs have at least three things in their favor as they get set for next week’s league opener.

One, they’re deeper than any other team in the Little 4. Two, they’re probably more balanced than any of their Little 4 opponents. And three, this is a group of players well used to winning after a stellar 2018 in sports for the school, and that’s something they’ll be hoping to now carry over on to the basketball court…All-star athletes C.J. Van Meter and Cody Wyatt, who each played a pivotal role in the school’s impressive 2018 baseball and football seasons, will be expected to lead the charge on the basketball court as well, along with fellow seniors Cooper Scott and Gerardo Lopez.

To learn what other Cubs get favorable mentions and why they started slow this year, go to HumboldtSports.com

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