The Bismarck Reps are off to a hot start early in the season and are only looking to get better.
Sitting on an impressive record of 6-2 the Reps know there are still things that they need to improve on.
The Representatives won the Wenzel Tournament over the weekend and earned two more wins against West Fargo last night.
Even with 6 wins they've learned more from their losses.
Win or lose-- Head coach Eddie Streeter says the one thing that his team doesn't lack-- is confidence.
The Reps have plenty of experience with a handful of High School Varsity Athletes on the roster.
Streeter says his players have a strong will to win.
That has helped propel them to the success they're having.
"I'd say that they compete I mean they compete all the time I think in our two losses even you know they tried to compete and battle back, the one against Mandan where we just didn't pitch very well at all but still played solid defense and hit. They competed down 10 at one point so it's exciting to have a bunch of kids that want to compete." says Streeter.
the Reps are made up of players from all over Bismarck.
That includes Shiloh.
Sophomore Zac Martin-- says playing with guys from Class A schools is something he's used to now.
Martin says, "You know it's a lot different I think it's more fun competing with these guys, you know we've been competing since we were 12 years old, 10 years old together and it's just been really fun."
"Marty's been great all year so far. Off the top of my head he's gotten some big two out hits with runners in scoring position that've been big for us. Solid defense. Pitched well the first game in the tournament against the 15's and he's a class act kid. He's a kid you want kids to look up too," says Streeter.
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