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Fredericktown’s Dylan Hess slides safely into first on a pickoff attempt while Centerburg’s Dylan Grubaugh attempts to apply the tag during Monday’s game. The Freddies won, 16-6.
Fredericktown’s Dylan Hess slides safely into first on a pickoff attempt while Centerburg’s Dylan Grubaugh attempts to apply the tag during Monday’s game. The Freddies won, 16-6. (Photo by Fred Main) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
April 9, 2013 10:09 am EDT

 

FREDERICKTOWN — After a rough outing on Saturday, Fredericktown baseball coach Tom Craze was hoping his team would bounce back. Monday, they bounced back in a big way.

The Freddies pounced on some Centerburg miscues, rolling to a 16-6 victory in a Mid-Buckeye Conference game.

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“We ran into a buzzsaw on Saturday with Highland. It was nice to come out and be aggressive and put the ball in play,” said Craze. “Give credit to Centerburg. They fought. We knew coming in they would give us a good ball game.”

The Freddies (5-3 overall, 1-0 MBC) jumped on Centerburg right from the opening pitch. Three Centerburg errors and two singles helped the Freddies explode for four runs in the first inning.

 

 

 

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