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Greenup will be hard to derail on their goal for an opportunity to play for a state title.

 

Will Freeman be able to pitch for Estill tomorrow? He has battled injuries for the last half of the season. He's their big gun....and UK commit.

Didn't know he committed to UK..that is great. Remember him being a good basketball player too.

 

Congrats to Greenup Co.

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Published: June 05, 2008 12:06 am

 

Greenup bats explode in Game 1

 

By MELINDA ROBINSON - The Independent

 

STANTON — With its trademark fourth-inning explosion, Greenup County cruised to a 12-2 win over Estill County Wednesday night in Game 1 of the Semi-State 7.

 

“There’s something about that fourth inning. That’s the Musketeer inning,” Greenup County coach Greg Logan said. “That’s usually the guys’ second time around (the order), sometimes their third, so it’s a good inning for us. I don’t understand why they wait until the fourth inning. The first would be preferred.”

 

Greenup County got eight earned runs off eight hits while sending 12 batters to the plate during the frame.

 

The Musketeers (35-6) also extended their winning streak to 21 games while snapping the Engineers’ 14-game win streak.

 

Another streak was also brought to a close. Greenup County senior pitcher Tyler Hieneman’s state-record streak of scoreless innings was broken up in the bottom of the second, ending the mark with 37.

 

The rest of the story can be seen at...

 

http://www.dailyindependent.com/localsports/local_story_157000642.html

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