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High School Softball: De Pere not settling for 'average'

Redbirds are focused on better results this season

4:12 PM, Apr. 10, 2013
The varsity softball diamond at De Pere High School continued to be saturated with water left by standing snow that was present outside the field earlier this week. The Redbirds are waiting to play their first game in the weather-delayed season.
The varsity softball diamond at De Pere High School continued to be saturated with water left by standing snow that was present outside the field earlier this week. The Redbirds are waiting to play their first game in the weather-delayed season.
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The De Pere High School varsity softball team is getting tired of finishing in the middle of the pack.

It's why the Redbirds have been pushing themselves to the limit during practice, albeit indoors in the gym, the last few weeks as they wait to play their first game in a weather-delayed spring.

"Right now, we're an average program," said Steve Austin, De Pere's second-year head coach. "For the last couple of years, we've been like 12-12 or 11-12 or 11-10. ...

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