HOWARD — The cold weather in March and early April played havoc with the ability of area baseball teams to get their outfield defense ready. It also took away vital opportunities many players needed to bat against live pitching.
Don’t tell that to the Coshocton Redskins.
Thursday’s seasonable temperatures brought out the best in the visiting Redskins (3-2) who launched a 12-hit, 12-run attack to pin a 12-2, six-inning, run rule-shortened loss on the host East Knox Bulldogs (0-4) in non-conference baseball action.
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