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Members of the Fredericktown Freddies come to home plate to greet Nash Cunningham (21) after Cunningham’s three-run home run in the fifth inning of Tuesday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game against Utica.
Members of the Fredericktown Freddies come to home plate to greet Nash Cunningham (21) after Cunningham’s three-run home run in the fifth inning of Tuesday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game against Utica. (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
April 10, 2013 10:33 am EDT

 

UTICA — The Fredericktown Freddies rolled into Utica on Tuesday to play their Mid-Buckeye Conference rival Redskins with a sense of purpose.

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“We were focused from the start,” said Fredericktown coach Tom Craze. “Our kids were excited and we put two quality wins together on back-to-back days.”

The Freddies did it with a four-hitter from ace Nash Cunningham, who fanned nine while walking only one to down the Utica Redskins, 11-1, in a game that was shortened to five innings by the run rule.

 

 

 

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