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By Carissa Sitki
The Calhoun Warriors baseball team managed their second win of the season last Thursday, April 14, against the Pleasant Hill Wolves, 10-0, but was unable to maintain that same winning energy going into their weekend games and losing another on Monday.
Calhoun ended up on the other side of the 10-run rule at their home game against Pleasant Hill. The Warriors brought immediate heat against the Wolves, scoring four runs in the bottom of the first.
Inning two went scoreless for both teams, but by inning three, Calhoun sent four more runs home, making the game 8-0.
The Warriors got two final runs during their last at-bat, of the ballgame at the bottom of the fourth, securing their win, 10-0.
On Friday, April 15, the Warriors suffered defeat at home against the Roxana Shells, 15-2, and the Jersey Panthers, 13-1. Calhoun ultimately succumbed to the mercy rule, in both games, only managing to score two points in the bottom of the third against the Shells, and one in the bottom of the third against the Panthers.
More of the same for Calhoun on Monday when the team traveled to Triopia to face the Trojans. The Warriors put up a good fight, but were unable to overtake the Trojans and lost, 10-7.
Following last week’s and Monday’s action, the Warriors maintain an overall win-loss record of 2-14 for their season.
The Warriors will travel to Brown County on Wednesday for a game against the Hornets, who hold a 6-0 win-loss record, on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.