With a focused focus and drive to maintain COVID-19 safety precautions as you prepare for the 2021 baseball season, the daily schedules of Charger baseball players are both intense and routine – practice, homework, rest and repeat.
Second baseman Palmer juice said that on Mondays and Wednesdays, players go to online school, and then train from kl. 15 to kl. 18 On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays they train from kl. 08.15 to kl. 12 and then meet at the gym for an hour at.
Sapp said that the schedule does not provide much free time, and the players need to take time to rest their body for upcoming exercises and games.
“Coach gives us opportunities for weekends, so we can do our homework and have time to recover, and is not always out there,” said Sapp.
Sapp said COVID-19 precautions require players to arrive at the exercise fifteen minutes early for a temperature check. He also said that the head coach, Dash O’Neill, runs a system check to monitor each player’s health. If a player had any symptoms of COVID-19, O’Neill would ask the player to be tested and not participate in the exercise.
Each player’s equipment is also separated 10 meters apart, and they encourage each other to social distance during training, Sapp said.
“We do everything we can to practice and stay COVID safe,” said Sapp.
Sapp said that the season cancellation last year was out of everyone’s hands, and that it left the team very upset, but more excited about the 2021 season.
“It’s going to be a great year for all of us. Not just to see what might have happened last year, but to put Georgia Highlands on the national map, ”said Sapp.
Third baseman Joe Sutton said that the team lost important key players, but does not hesitate that this team can do great things.
“We were on our way to do something special, and this year I think there will be no difference. We will do something special at the end of the year, Sutton said.
Sutton said the new players on the team really fit in well and help with team chemistry.