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Huskies’ bats dominates Altoona, improves to 6-4

Huskies’ bats dominates Altoona.

The MIfflin County baseball team made it a double header sweep of Altoona Wednesday as the two met in the double dip thanks to Mother Nature!

The “Purple and Black Attack” dropped the Mountain Lions 7-1 in the first contest.

Picking up the win for the Huskies was Logan Alexander. Alexander went five innings strong allowing only  one run while scattering six hits.

Taking the loss for Altoona was Tanner Stroup.

Ryan Kanagy and Xavier Smith both finished with two hits each in the victory. Smith also notched an RBI.

Mifflin County scored its first run in the second.

But it would be a 4-run third that would cement the win for the Huskies.

Mifflin County 11, Altoona 4

The Huskies jumped out quick on Altoona leading 3-2 going into the fourth.

Despite the Little Mountain Lions eventually tying the contest, the Huskies exploded offenses plating seven uncontested runs en route to the 11-4 victory.

Picking up the win on the mound for MIfflin County was Jacob Ross. Ross was one of three Huskies pitchers on the evening contest.

Leading the way offensively was Madden Weaver who went 3-for-4 on the night with four runs scored.

Teammates Landen Eichhorn, John Paul Pannizzo and Hayden Yoder all posted two hits. Eichhorn also had 2RBIs to go along with his hits.

With the win, the Huskies improved to 6-4 on the season.

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