A lack of players for the junior varsity team has Payson High School baseball coach Scott Novack concerned.
He knows the importance a jayvee team plays in grooming up and coming players for varsity action.
But not enough of the younger athletes showed up for season opening practices when they began Feb. 6. If more do not turn out, PHS might not field a jayvee squad.
Anyone interested in playing baseball the upcoming season needs only to show up on Payson High School diamond after school any upcoming weekday.
Prospective players must have physical exams and other paperwork completed and on file in athletic director Gary Fishel’s office at PHS.