Hellcats show improvement despite dropping home opener

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NORWICH – On the home opener for the Chenango Hellcats, they had hoped for a better outing, despite the hard work and preparation for this matchup against Union-Endicott, UE would earn the win at 8-3.



The game was slated to begin at around 5:30 p.m., on June 8, at the Norwich varsity high school field. Veteran and retired law enforcement officer Joe Coe threw out the first pitch of the season to commemorate the home opener.

"It was great to have a tremendous crowd at the game, considering this weather. Our community is amazing, thank you,” said head coach of The Chenango Hellcats Jason Miller following the game.

The Hellcats would hold onto hope for the early part of the game. After giving up two runs in the top of the first inning, The Hellcats would see Conor Graven-Briggs ground out to second base ultimately sending Vince Caiaiti home for the score.


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