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Saturday, June 7, 2014

Milford eliminated by Plymouth

Baseball

Plymouth 5, Milford 3

The Spartan bats were silenced by strong Plymouth pitching, as Milford was limited to just two hits. Despite this, the Spartans still managed to produce three runs and hang around in the game. Seth Hopkins had one of the two hits, a solo home run. The other two Milford runs were produced by walks. ...

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Plymouth 5, Milford 3

The Spartan bats were silenced by strong Plymouth pitching, as Milford was limited to just two hits. Despite this, the Spartans still managed to produce three runs and hang around in the game. Seth Hopkins had one of the two hits, a solo home run. The other two Milford runs were produced by walks.

On the hill, Mason Gaudette took the loss, allowing four runs in three innings.

Coach Steve Claire is already looking towards next season, “Very proud of the way we worked this season, looking forward to getting back out their next spring.”