STEVENSVILLE, Mich.--- The Lakeshore softball team is heading to the District Two Semi State game tomorrow to take on Croswell-Lexington in east Lansing.
Yesterday the Lancers rallied from a 3 run deficit to win 5-4 to earn their spot in the final four.
Back in April Lakeshore head coach Denny Dock captured his 1000th career win with this team and they would love nothing more than to get him two more this season.
"He knows so much about the game and I've learned so much throughout the four years,” said Lakeshore Senior Alex Forsythe. “Getting his 900th win against St. Joe and then his 100th in that tournament and now to win a state title that would be something to be proud of."
Coach Dock says the team is playing some of its best softball right now, when it matters.
“We've been good and we've been shaky at times,” said Dock. “And we're what we've been working for right now. Where we are at and this is where we are supposed to be we think.”
Forsythe also believes the team has what it needs to bring home the championship.
“I feel like our mindset right now is so good because we're just shooting off into the distance,” said Forsythe. “It's just going to be a great game, I know it is.”
The game begins at 5 p.m. on Thursday in East Lansing.