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Knights get back on track by de-railing Raiders, 13-1
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CAM HOLLEY SMACKS a first inning single, the first of his three hits in North Centrals 13-2 win over Keenan on Tuesday. - photo by C-I photo by Tom Didato
Doing all their offensive damage in the first two frames, North Central washed the bad taste from last Thursday’s one-run loss to Fairfield Central from its mouth by thrashing visiting Keenan, 13-1, on a sun-splashed early Tuesday evening game in Boonetown.The victory, in a contest stopped after four and a half frames, was big on several levels for the Knights. It gave Robbie Cash’s team a 3-2 record after the first go-through in Region 3-AA while Tyler Bowers was able to go the distance on the mound. And, the fact that the Knights scored a season-best 13 runs on eight hits --- allowing Cash to play his entire bench --- did not hurt, either.Emerging from a post-game talk with his players, Cash was all smiles.“This is one of those ‘feel good’ games,” Cash said.