Baseball Seeing Growth Already

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By Ryan Butler

          The 2012 Chiefland Indians baseball team knew that overcoming the loss of seven seniors, and seven of the team’s best players, was not going to be easy. That left them this season with a team that, for the exception of one senior and a few juniors, looked on paper like a JV team. 

Recently, it hasn’t played anything like junor varisity. 

Their 14-0 mercy-rule beat down in Cross City on March 15 was the high water mark of the season’s first half. Not only did they knock around the hated Bears, they set a season high for runs. 

They game before that may have gone down in the record column as a loss, but  it was one of their best efforts in the season.  In a game even some of Chiefland most ardent supporters feared would be a slaugther, the Indians hung tight.at P.K. Yonge. Only three Blue Wave players got hits. If it wasn’t for an outstanding pitching performance for the P.K. Yonge pitching staff, the game could have very easily gone the other way. 

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