Wakeland tarnishes Wynia’s gem

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Wakeland tarnishes Wynia’s gem

Redhawks fell to the Wakeland Wolverines on Tuesday 1-0. Hoping to put the loss behind them, Redhawks will work to get revenge on Friday, April 5, 2019.

Redhawks fell to the Wakeland Wolverines on Tuesday 1-0. Hoping to put the loss behind them, Redhawks will work to get revenge on Friday, April 5, 2019.

Morgan Lucas

Redhawks fell to the Wakeland Wolverines on Tuesday 1-0. Hoping to put the loss behind them, Redhawks will work to get revenge on Friday, April 5, 2019.

Morgan Lucas

Morgan Lucas

Redhawks fell to the Wakeland Wolverines on Tuesday 1-0. Hoping to put the loss behind them, Redhawks will work to get revenge on Friday, April 5, 2019.

Aaron Boehmer, Sports Editor

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Eight shutout innings by University of West Virginia signee Tim Wynia weren’t enough to get the Redhawks a win Tuesday night as the team fell to the Wakeland Wolverines 1-0 on an unearned run in the bottom of the ninth inning.

“Defensively we played pretty well and made up for errors most of the time,” senior Mitchell Miller said. “At the plate we did pretty well too, but left too many guys on base and in scoring positions.”

Regrouping for two days of practices before Friday’s game at home against the Wolverines, Miller believes the team needs to put the loss behind them and focus on playing their game.

“They won by one because we didn’t score when we had the chance,” Miller said. “We know how well we played last night, so we know we can play right with them. We’re gonna keep working this week to go out and finish the job on Friday.”