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Columbia City baseball loses on the road

May 2, 2014

Columbia City’s Keaton Reed plays first base against Homestead Thursday night.

Columbia City’s baseball team fell to Homestead, 10-1, Thursday.
The Eagles got on the board first against the Spartans in the top of the first inning.

Leadoff hitter Travis Herbst led the game off with a single.
After two passed balls, Keaton Reed drove in Herbst with a sacrifice fly to right field.

The Eagles had a chance for a big inning after Ryan Kerschner walked and Zac Steinke got on-board with a single.

However, they failed to push another run across in the inning after a fly-out and a strikeout.

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