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Hornets sting Trojans in hardball scrimmage
by Bruce Harper
Feb 21, 2013 | 846 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trojan shortstop Clay Blackwell tags out the runner at first base to end a run-down in the scrimmage game against Flour Bluff on Saturday.
Trojan shortstop Clay Blackwell tags out the runner at first base to end a run-down in the scrimmage game against Flour Bluff on Saturday.
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BEEVILLE — The visiting Flour Bluff Hornets capitalized on some late inning pitching of the Beeville varsity to plate 19 runs in the fourth through seventh frames to post a 21-1 win over the Trojans on Saturday at Joe Hunter Field in the final scrimmage of the preseason.

The Trojans began regular season play on Tuesday night when they traveled to Orange Grove to tangle with the Bulldogs.

Front line pitchers Cameron Kremers and Clay Blackwell kept the Hornets in check over the first four frames. The visitors picked up one run in the third and added one more run in the fourth against the Trojans’ top two starters.

It was a little tougher late in the game as the Flour Bluff boys broke out the big sticks and plated six runs in the sixth, two runs in the seventh and seven runs in the eighth on their way to the 21-1 victory.

The Hornet pitching staff looked to be in mid-season form, allowing just three Beeville hits on the day. Kremers picked up one hit as did Marcus Gomez and Joey Granados. Daniel Amador scored the lone Trojan run, crossing the plate in the seventh inning.
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