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Redhawks baseball falls to 4-3 after loss to Walnut Grove

Shawn Cox
Taking on Walnut Grove for the second time this season, the Redhawks came up short yet again losing 4-1 to the Wildcats. The team hopes to turn it around Monday when they take on Independence in a rescheduled game due to predicted weather conditions.

The Redhawks took on the Walnut Gove Wildcats Tuesday for the first time. Projected to be a tough competitor, the Wildcats lived up to the expectation with the Redhawks losing 3-1.

“Kids fought hard, came up a little short,” head coach Scott McGarrh said. “Not upset with their effort, just got beat, made a couple mistakes, made one bad pitch, one bad play defensively, and you know, didn’t execute one or two times at the plate and that’s the difference.”

Even though the team did not get the results they were looking for, the Redhawks still found some success.

“I think that we did a great job defensively against Walnut Grove,” senior Wes Weaks said. “They put some hard balls in play that we were able to make good plays on to keep us in the game.”

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