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Warriors Hope To Defend NOL Title

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After winning back-to-back NCC championships in 2012 and '13, the Ontario baseball team entered play last season in the Northern Ohio League and promptly won that league as well. Along the way, veteran baseball coach Dan Gorbett picked up career win number 500 with a 13-3 win last May over Willard. As Gorbett begins his 35th season of coaching, sixth at Ontario his biggest concern is defense in the field, saying his team early on in scrimmages has made too many physical and mental errors that need to be cleaned up.

The Warriors return seven letterman, five of them seniors in Paul Homan, Mason Goodwin, Aaron Baker, Mitch Zahn and Tyler Webster. Two juniors in Alex Vrendenburgh and Rich Jackson round out the returning players. The Warriors finished as NOL champions and Division II district runner-up to Sandusky Perkins with an overall record of 19-4 a season ago. Ontario will begin defense of their NOL championship this week when they travel to Willard on Thursday.

 When asked if it is important to get off to a good start, Gorbett replied that would be nice, but in the past he has had teams that have not started well, but wound up finishing strong to win the league and have a good tournament run in May, when it really counts. 

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