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Old Soda

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  1. They hadn't beaten Harrison in over 15 years before his arrival.
  2. Yes that's true. Its usually a good game between the two as they are 3-3 with each other during Coach Whitaker's games against Coach Heringer.
  3. Estes went the distance for the Camels, giving up five hits and striking out six. Harrison's run came on a home run by Brandon Martin. The Camels had ten hits, two each by Jordan Woodruff,Andy Franzen, Jon Verst and Justin Franzen. Dye started for Harrison and was followed I believe by Durbin, Moore and Morrison. Camels have now won 11 of their last 13 and are 12-6 on the season. Next up is Brossart in a big district seeding game at St. Mary's tomorrow.
  4. No its doesn't count, nor do any of the stats.
  5. How many times is that these two have played this season?
  6. I'd have to go with Woodruff and Estes of Campbell County.
  7. Campbell County is 11-1, and having a great season.
  8. The error was not on a foul ball, the foul ball hit the top of the fence and went over it. The error was after the first two batters were retired and the shortstop made an error on a grounder that would have been the third out before any of the five runs scored.
  9. If there are two outs and an error is made that would have resulted in the third out had it not been made, all runs scoring after that error are unearned, whether its a home run or not.
  10. Bobby Estes pitched for the Camels and deserved a better fate. All five Royal runs in the second were unearned. Camels were impatient at the plate and totaled six hits for the game. The Royals had four hits. Royals made the plays when they had too and deserved the win.
  11. Would a mod please correct the score it was Campbell County 6 Calvary Christian 3
  12. Camels make it seven wins in a row and go 8-4 for the season with the come from behind win over the Pioneers. The Pioneers had a 5-2 lead entering the bottom of the sixth, when Ben Dreyer hit a two run single to narrow the gap to 5-4 going into the seventh. In the bottom of the seventh, Jordan Woodruff led off with a double and Andy Franzen drew a walk. Ben Franzen then singled in the tying run and Bobby Estes drove in the winning one on a single to left. Mark Hinkel picks up the win in relief of Ben Franzen. The Camels travel to Mason County tomorrow for a game with the Royals.:dancingpa
  13. Camels score three in the fifth and one in the sixth to beat Calvary in a district seeding game. Austin Studer hits a bases loaded double in the fifth to put the Camels up for good. Sophomore Adam Broering gets his second win of the season and Studer knocks in four runs in the game. It was the Camels sixth win in a row. Final was 6-3.
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