Anderson now stands 22-11 overall and 15-7 in the conference. Manchester leads the conference with a 17-4 mark after sweeping Earlham on Saturday. The Ravens play a doubleheader at DePauw on Tuesday before finishing up with three at home against HCAC foe Earlham starting Friday. The Ravens have won eight of their last nine and are gaining valuable momentum for the HCAC tourney.
“We came out ranked first in the preseason, but we dropped a few so we’re trying to get back into the swing of things,” said Heberling, a former star at both Highland and Anderson High School. “Our pitching and fielding have been outstanding, and we are hitting the ball. If we have all three going in the conference tournament, we are going to be a force.”