Ninth grade baseball loses last home game

Lexie Holder, Staff Writer

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The final home game of the ninth grade Chief’s season was a game to behold. Although the Chiefs didn’t win, they rallied all the way through. The Chiefs played Pike County and the game was stretched to almost two and a half hours within six innings.

“We didn’t really play our starters,” said first-year team member, Camden Raynor. “The coaches decided to put in some kids who don’t get to play much. But, even though we lost, I think this was great because the kids that don’t get to play much had the opportunity to run plays and have some fun.” Some of our starters started in new positions they don’t usually go to,” continued Raynor.

The team lost 18-10, but, as always, was pumped up in the dugout. Throughout the game, pitchers changed, but the players that were in the dugout always managed to cheer on their fellow teammates on the mound.

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