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Trojans end Freddies unbeaten run in KMAC, pick up win on Senior Night

Things looked bleak for the Centerburg Trojan baseball team as they came to hit in the bottom of the second inning trailing 4-0. With a long way to go in the game though the Trojans chipped away for 6-4 home victory over the Fredericktown Freddies to end the Freddies perfect season in the KMAC and keep a small chance of winning a share of the Conference title alive. The Freddies 13-3 (10-1) got a runner in scoring position in the first before a groundout ended the frame. After the Trojans failed to score in the first inning Fredericktown batted around in the second scoring 4 times. Luke Bean and Teegan Ruhl led of the inning with back to back singles and Alex Selby and Brady Lester followed with RBI doubles to make it 2-0. Kaid Carpenter drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and Trevor Jobes made it 4-0 with an RBI double, that was the end of the scoring for the game though for the Freddies.

The Trojans (15-3, 10-2) got a run in the third as Dakota Baer got a one out double and Jared Rings followed with an RBI single. The Trojans drew a run closer in the fourth as Isiah Reynolds was hit by a pitch and stole a base and Reed Compton drove him in with a single. Centerburg scored 3 times in the fifth to take the lead. Jared Rings got a one out single and Grayson Reynolds and Dalton Hall drew back to back walks to load the bases. Isiah Reynolds then got hit for the third time in the game to score one run. Jesse Rings followed with a two run double to give the Trojans a 5-4 lead.

Centerburg tacked on a run in the 6th. Hunter Parker ripped a base hit to right and stole second and third and on the steal attempt of third the ball sailed into left field allowing Parker to score and extend to 6-4.

Fredericktown finished unofficially with 4 runs on 9 hits. The Freddies left 9 on base and committed 4 errors. Centerburg scored 6 runs on 6 hits and left 6 on base.

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