Varsity Baseball wins big on Senior Night

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Varsity Baseball wins big on Senior Night

With his eye on the ball, senior Zane Barr swings at a pitch. Barr went 5-5 and batted in three runs. The Indians toppled the William Chrisman Bears 23-3.

With his eye on the ball, senior Zane Barr swings at a pitch. Barr went 5-5 and batted in three runs. The Indians toppled the William Chrisman Bears 23-3.

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With his eye on the ball, senior Zane Barr swings at a pitch. Barr went 5-5 and batted in three runs. The Indians toppled the William Chrisman Bears 23-3.

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With his eye on the ball, senior Zane Barr swings at a pitch. Barr went 5-5 and batted in three runs. The Indians toppled the William Chrisman Bears 23-3.

Story by Hannah Earley, Reporter

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The Varsity Baseball team won big 23-3 over rival William Chrisman on Friday, May 4, 2018. It was senior night for 5 players, and the Indians came out ready. They started off the game very strong with 18 runs in the first inning, peaking again with five runs in the fourth inning.

Senior Tyler McDaniel led the Indians with the highest RBI total of the game with four, and scored two runs for the team. He expressed how senior night gave he and the team extra hype.

“We came out with a ton of energy,” McDaniel said. “We were excited that it was senior night and with William Chrisman being one of our biggest rivals, it added a little extra energy of our dugout.”

Senior catcher Spencer Patrick got hit by a pitch but was not slowed down by it. He came into his senior night game level-headed and ready. Patrick got two singles and scored a run for the Indians.

“I had the same mindset as I do every game,” Patrick said. “I came out ready as always but this time I made sure I soaked it all in.”

Other senior highlights include Zane Barr, who scored the most runs with four, and went 5-5 at the plate. Senior Nick Dye was right behind him scoring three runs. Bryce Dye had two doubles and a run.  

The team had a total of 21 hits in the game. Sophomore Trey Lockard will miss the senior players. “I am going to miss the seniors being the leaders and carrying the team,” Lockard said.

The team The win over Chrisman made Fort Osage’s record 13-13.

 

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