All successful baseball teams — high school, college or professional — share a couple of things in common: solid pitching and timely hitting.
Of course great defense can be thrown into that debate as well, but when a high school, wood-bat baseball team combines to bat at a clip of .280 with a slugging percentage of .312 and an on-base average of .434, plus a pitching staff that has allowed just 9 earned runs in 19 games with a team ERA of 0.56 and 174 strikeouts, then that team is going to be one tough customer to deal with.
The LaMoure-Litchville-Marion baseball team remained undefeated in both the overall standings and in the Region 1 standings after sweeping Central Cass in LaMoure on Tuesday night.
Zach Stemen allowed no walks and no earned runs, while striking out 6, during a 6-1 victory for the Loboes in the 7-inning region contest. L-L-M scored 3 runs in the third and three runs in the sixth.
The LaMoure-Litchville-Marion Loboes handed Milnor-North Sargent their second loss of the season by defeating the Bulldogs 26-14 in LaMoure on Friday.
By Jamestown Sun Staff
, October 05, 2009
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