Susquehanna Valley drops Norwich in rematch game

SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY – The Norwich varsity baseball team traveled to Susquehanna Valley last Friday to rematch the season opener, in hopes of coming away with a win.



Much like the first matchup, Norwich would lead early at 2-0 but failed to muster much more eventually losing 10-3.

“They got their runs in the middle part of the game, they got used to John (Predmore) pitching. We don’t recover well, when times get tough we don’t dig down deep. Losing can get contagious, we need to correct that, winning is the same way, we just cant catch breaks,” said Norwich head coach Rich Turnbull. “We have been winning every game at one point this season, I think we don’t have any amazing great pitchers. We don’t have the offensive power to get out of holes, we have made bad errors the past couple games. All of our errors were in the middle innings when they scored their runs.”


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