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Highland’s Josh Gahm delivers a pitch during the third inning of Tuesday’s Division II sectional semifinal game against Whitehall-Yearling. Gahm allowed no hits and no walks in the Scots’ 9-0 victory.
Highland’s Josh Gahm delivers a pitch during the third inning of Tuesday’s Division II sectional semifinal game against Whitehall-Yearling. Gahm allowed no hits and no walks in the Scots’ 9-0 victory. (Photo by Bill Davis) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
May 15, 2013 10:30 am EDT

 

SPARTA — Last season, the Highland Scots were shocked at home in the Division II sectional semifinals by Whitehall-Yearling. On Tuesday, they had a rematch a year in the making.

Whitehall didn’t repeat.

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Not by a long shot.

Josh Gahm threw a no-hitter in his first career tournament game, walking none and striking out 11. Meantime, his Scots scored early and often, with Dalton Stambaugh driving in six runs as Highland cruised to a 9-0 victory.

 

 

 

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