April 15, 2014 EVANS, GA-- No matter who's in charge of Greenbrier baseball. Success follows.
After back-to-back state title appearances, it doesn't come easy. First-year head coach Jason Osborn has put in the the work to keep the success coming.
To start the season, there were some concerns about the strength of this Greenbrier team. Those questions have been answered with pitching and defense.
The Wolfpack are 15-4 this year, and perfect in the region. Coach Osborn doesn't like to take credit, but he's deserving. The winning tradition is in safe hands with Osborn at the helm.
"A few people the other day said this was supposed to be a rebuilding year. I told the guys the other day..I don't know if we have enough to go deep or not. But it's not going to be because we're not trying or we're not prepared," Coach Osborn said.
"Since my sophomore year, our expectations have been the same and that's to get a ring. Coach Osborn, when he came in, didn't change that in the slightest. Our expectations and our goals have always been to get that ring," infielder Connor Hoover said.
The regular season is over for the region's number one seed. They now must focus on the dangerous region play-in games Thursday and Friday. If Greenbrier were to lose in the play-in round, the season would be over.
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