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Kole Houston, a senior baseball player for the Warriors baseball team, tells his story about an upbringing in baseball and the future as he leaves high school.
by Dairion Peters
Kole Houston, a senior baseball player for the Warriors baseball team, tells his story about his upbringing into baseball and his future as he leaves high school.
Houston started playing baseball when he was just four years old. His dad had him play the sport as a kid, and throughout his young years, his love for baseball grew which encouraged him to continue the sport as he got older. Five years ago, in eighth grade, was his first year playing baseball for an official school team. Kole stated, “What kept me invested was my love for the sport of baseball. I always thought it was a really fun game. It’s challenging, and that's the best part of baseball.”
When asked about the season, He said, “I think the season is going great so far! We’re doing pretty good as a whole team.” Currently they’ve gone 9-4 throughout the season, but if there was one game he could go back to and change the outcome, it would be against Cherokee Bluff High School. He says, “If we could have won against them, we would have been number one in the state.”
Kole wants to go to Georgia Southern University, but doesn’t know if he’ll continue playing baseball, “If I don't get into college, I'll go straight to work.”
He leaves a message to all people who want to play, saying, “Just enjoy it and don’t take what coaches say to heart. They're just trying to make you a better player.”
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