From the get-go, it looked like it was going be Andy Jones' night.
The left-handed ace of the Trenton High pitching staff was simply mowing through the Chiefland Indian lineup last Friday night, keeping Indians off balance with his masterful command of fastball, curve and change-up.
But silently, his Chiefland mound counterpart –Jeremy Hayes –was also getting the job done.
Some sloppy play in the field helped Trenton grab a first inning lead, but Hayes kept working hard on the hill to keep his team within striking distance.
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