Chargers looking to mold many talented parts

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2012 Spring Sports Preview

By Mike Farner

 MOUNT WASHINGTON - It is always nice to have experienced pitching back at the high school baseball level.

The Bullitt East Chargers, who went 24-9 last season, return pitchers who started 15 of those games and picked up nearly half of the victories. The Chargers have six pitchers back who saw some varsity action last spring and veteran head coach Jeff Bowles says that seven other players could see action on the mound.

"We're still in the process of finding four guys rise up over the others to grab a spot," Bowles said last week.

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