WEST SALEM, Wis. (WKBT) – Every sport victory is sweet, but it’s even more satisfying when you beat your rival.
The West Salem student-athletes squared off in a wiffle ball match on Wednesday. Members of the district’s adaptive sports league took on the varsity baseball team.
This is the first year that West Salem has offered an adapted program. The team is 4 and 1 in its conference. The game against the baseball team was just for fun, but the adaptive athletes came to win
! “I hit a lot of dingers and my friends hit a lot of dingers. It’s really fun,” said seventh grader Collin Hodgins.
The match was close, but West Salem’s adaptive team secured a 12-11 win.
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