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Bad luck continues to follow NC in 9-6 loss to Panthers
NORTH CENTRAL THIRD BASEMAN Warren Moseley eyeballs Pelions Dominic Holderness after Moseley came up with his ground ball and gunned down Holderness at first basein the second inning of Thursdays game. - photo by C-I photo by Tom Didato
It just might be time to break out the rabbit’s foot, find a four-leaf clover or, taking a page from “Major League,” sacrifice a live chicken because doing everything in reverse did not work for North Central baseball coach Robbie Cash.In trying to get his team’s offense back to where it was at the start of the season, Cash took a different route to the school on Thursday, among doing other things backwards. He even wore a Clemson T-shirt under his game attire for that night’s home game with Pelion.Cash’s best attempt in trying to fool the baseball gods went for naught, however, as the Panthers scored five times in the top of the seventh to rally back from a 6-4 deficit to leave Boonetown with a 9-6 win. The victory gave Pelion a two-game lead on NC with four games left in Region 3-AA play.“If Grayson’s (King) ball goes out of the ball park.