Campbellsville High School girls softball team will be in action soon.

Coach Zack Durham is in his fifth season and is excited for play to begin

With basketball over, the team soon will be set for future games.

The Lady Eagles will be an older group and that means coming in with a more experienced team.

“I’m expecting us to compete in a lot of games. My goal for the season is win district tournament and move on to regionals,” Coach Durham said.

A lot of the girls are on the right track in practice, he said, and getting ready for their first game.

Durham mentioned two standouts on the squad as Bri Hayes and Olivia Fields.

Both girls have been playing softball since seventh grade and it shows in their playing, he said.

The girls both pitch and hit the ball well and it helps the younger players to see the in action and learn from them.

“We are taking it day by day, but we are getting closer to with each practice,” Durham said.

As of last week, the softball team hasn’t been able to have a full game-like practice since most of their teammates have been finishing up basketball, but since its ending they will be able to into full swing.

“I am looking forward to a fun year and we’ve got the potential to make a lot of things happen,” the coach added. “We’ve got to translate to the field and be playing our best softball come the start of the game season.”

The Lady Eagles’ first game is at home at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 6, against Lincoln County.