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Game two goes extra innings; ACH wins 2


April 27, 2017


Dalton Kentner of ACH pitched a one-run complete game with nine strikeouts as Almira/Coulee-Hartline defeated Odessa-Harrington in game one of a doubleheader on April 18.

Chance Messer pitched for the Titans, relieved by Camden Weber in the sixth. The 5-1 loss was attributed to Messer. 

Kentner also put on a show at the plate with a three-run double and drove in all five runs for ACH. For the Titans, Weber and Colton Hunt (twice) led the offense with doubles at the plate.


Game 2 went into extra innings as the Titans fought hard to stay in the game, coming back from a 10-point deficit to take the lead by one in the fourth. The Warriors tied the game in the seventh at 13-13, sending the game into extra innings. ACH scored six more in the eighth, but the Titan batters came up empty in the bottom of the eighth to leave the score at 19-13.


The Titans have been playing well and have good depth at several positions. Odessa senior Brad Johnston has been sorely missed, however, as shoulder surgery this winter put him out of commission for the rest of the spring and summer of baseball action. He still supports the team with his presence and with keeping track of pitching stats. He has signed a letter of intent to play college ball and wants to be well healed when  baseball starts next spring.


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