Blackhawk Pitching Pounds The Strikezone On Road To Second Win
Published: April 10th, 2014
By: Shaun Savarese

Blackhawk pitching pounds the strikezone on road to second win

Evening Sun Report


Oxford 18, Harpursville 6

HARPURSVILLE– Oxford started off Wednesday night’s game against Harpursville by batting around, scoring eight runs and went on to win 18-6

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“We got off to a great start,” said Oxford varsity baseball head coach Chris Palmer. The Blackhawks had ten hits and three errors and have started the season 2-0 with impressive victories. Kyle Crawford started the scoring in the first with a bases loaded, two out, two run double. “He opened the flood gates for us,” Palmer said. Crawford went 3-4. While the Harpursville Hornets had nine hits, Oxford pitcher Cameron Heggie was efficient in his first outing of the season. He gave up two runs in the first inning after three hits and an error but 77% of his pitches were strikes. “the pitching has been there,” said Palmer. Reliever Austin Crawford came into the game in the sixth inning and also threw a strike percentage of 77%.


The Evening Sun

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