At 20-4, their record speaks volumes about what this Bruins team is capable of accomplishing. If Tri-West continues to stay hot at the plate while keeping points off of the opposing side of the scoreboard, the Bruins could end up in the state championship game.
“We are rolling with the momentum from the entire year so we will just go in and play like we’ve played all year and hope that it’s going to be good enough. That’s all we can do, play our best,” Rogers said. “My team is on a roll so I’ll let them keep doing what they’re doing and see what happens.”