SPASH baseball is headed to state for the second straight year, and after last season ended one game short of the state championship, the Panthers are hungry for a title.
This afternoon the SPASH community sent the team off the to the state tournament in Grand Chute.
The Panthers have cruised through the playoffs so far but they know how stiff the competition will be at Fox Cities Stadium.
Kraig Terpstra's squad will have Kensoha Bradford in Tuesday's quarterfinal round.
Terpstra believes that the team is playing it's best baseball right now, on top of being mentally focused on a winning a title.
SPASH and Kenosha Bradford are the second game of the 1pm session on Tuesday at Fox Cities Stadium.
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