PANAMA CITY, Fla. - One baseball squad that's been quietly dominating this season is the Bozeman Bucks.
After opening the season 3-9, the Bucks have are now riding a nine-game winning streak to improve their record to 12-9.
Coach Jeff Patton credits the streak to improved defense and pitching.
They picked the right time to get hot, as well. They're a perfect 7-0 in district play – already clinching the top spot for the fifth year in a row.
There are four regular season games left, and then the district tournaments begin on may 1st in Franklin Vounty. If Bozeman wins just one game there, they will qualify for the playoffs for the 11th year in a row.
You may remember last year's team went all the way to the Final Four. This year’s Bucks want to make their own legacy.
"They want to win,” Head Coach Jeff Patton says, “There's a lot of pride that comes with this program. There's a lot at stake with the ten consecutive playoff appearances. It's in their minds. They want to get there again, and we feel like if we get there, we've got chance. We're gonna be a tough out."
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