A No-Hitter Game

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A No-Hitter Game

Peyton Gard (9) positions himself to bat. He hit many balls into the outfield, scoring him runs.

Peyton Gard (9) positions himself to bat. He hit many balls into the outfield, scoring him runs.

Peyton Gard (9) positions himself to bat. He hit many balls into the outfield, scoring him runs.

Peyton Gard (9) positions himself to bat. He hit many balls into the outfield, scoring him runs.

Danica Mileusnic

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On Wednesday, May 8th, the freshman baseball team played against the Michigan City Wolves. They won the game with a fantastic score of 12-0.

“I knew our skill and hard work would pay off on the field,” Owen Williams (9) said.

The team were cheering on their pitcher, Zach Vollrath (9), as he pitched a no-hitter game the whole time.

“If we keep pitching like this, we’ll win every season,” Jacob Warn (9) said.

While they may not feel like they played well individually, they were proud of their teammates and their success as a whole.

“Personally, I thought I did O.K. As a team, I thought we did great. We’re pretty good as a team and we’re always right where we’re supposed to be,” Williams said.

As a team, the players are very excited to continue with the season and to see what’s next in line for them.

“I’m really excited for the upcoming games and seasons and hopefully we’ll just keep winning like today,” Warn said.

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  • Zach Vollrath (9) pitches the ball. He pitched a no-hitter game.

  • Peyton Gard (9) positions himself to bat. He hit many balls into the outfield, scoring him runs.

  • Aiden Kluth (9) prepares to catch a fly ball. He caught many balls that were hit by the opponents.

  • Owen Williams (9) patiently waits to run on base. He hit and got on first base and then stole second, third, and eventually home base.

  • Connor Swanson (9) tries to make a quick decision. He was running back and forth between second and third base, trying not to be tagged by the opponents.

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