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Saint Bats Rev Up in Clarendon Split
04/25/2013
Garret Smith

The Seward bats woke up in a mid week double header against Clarendon Wednesday at Brent Gould Field.  The Saints rallied but lost the first game 7-5 and won game two 12-3. 

In game one, Clarendon scored three in the first, one in the second, and two in the fourth to lead 6-1.  Seward scored four in the sixth to make it interesting.  The Saints committed three more errors.  Johnny Griffith and Jacob Fuller had two hits a piece. 

In game two, the Saints scored two in the first three innings and four in the fourth to lead 10-3.  The Saints out-hit the Bulldogs 14-6.  The Saints used their schedule of six pitchers to tune up for the weekend series at Cloud.  Jacob Fuller was 3-3 and Deven Nelson was 3-4 while Bryson Allen and Alex Scanlan had two hits a piece. 

Seward is 26-25 overall while the Clarendon Bulldogs are 19-23.  Seward plays at Cloud Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. on Talkradio 1270 and kscbnews.net. 

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