Kettle Falls will be improved

Chris Cowbrough
Staff Writer

Kettle Falls High has the tools to improve on last season’s 12-6 record (fourth place) in the Northeast 2B Softball League.
For one thing, the Lady Bulldogs know what to expect from second year head coach RJ Glover and assistant coaches Makayla Carr and Teresa Eslick.
It probably doesn’t hurt any either that Kettle’s pitching should be improved. After all, fast-pitch softball is pretty much all about what goes on in the circle.
“We have five starters back who played every game last season and two more kids who played about half the games,” Glover, Plywood/Lumber Production Manager for Boise Cascade in Kettle Falls, said. “That’s a real good start.”