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WCMS baseball starts strong
Jack Keele winds up for a pitch in a game last season. Keele earned the win and contributed four strikeouts in Mondays 18-7 victory against Harris Middle School.
The Warren County Middle School baseball team traveled to Shelbyville on Monday to face the Harris Middle School Eagles. The Pioneers started the year off right and won 18-7 after a big seventh inning which saw 10 runs cross the plate to help the Pioneers prevail.Left fielder Rylan Holder led the Pioneer charge as he went 4-for-4, with 2 runs scored and a RBI. Starting pitcher Jack Keele picked up his first win, going 3-2/3 innings. He allowed six runs and struck out four.Kason Holder came in for his first save of the season in the bottom of the third and would go 3-1/3 innings, striking out four batters and only allowing one hit with no earned runs.The Pioneers got the game started in the top of the first with a single from centerfielder Omari Harris, followed by a single from shortstop Wyatt Wilson.