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MC baseball takes CV to extras; falls 6-5

After trailing 5-0 early on in their contest against Cumberland Valley, the Mifflin County baseball team battled back to tie the game and sending it into extra innings.

Despite the valiant effort by the Huskies, the Eagles had the last say as they went on to the 6-5 9-inning win.

Picking up the win for Cumberland Valley was Brendan Lowery while Colby Bodtorf suffered the loss.

Brian Yetter and Bryce Dobson both had two hits each to pace Mifflin County.

After trailing 5-0 going into the fourth inning before Mifflin County rallied back for a 4-run inning.

Evan Mock started off with a single.

Hunter Wright reaches base as well as he poked a single.

Dobson loaded the bases with another single.

With Mock at third, he quickly bolted for home on a wild pitch, making it 5-1.

Things kept moving forward for Mifflin County as Wyatt Henry singled in Wright.

Yetter and Evan Smith both produced RBI singles to score Dobson, cutting it to 5-3 while Evan Smith brought in Max Oburn, ending the inning at 5-4.

Mifflin County added the tying run in the game.

Yetter started things off with a double and was brought home by a Tyreen Smalley fielders choice.

But in the ninth, the Eagles added another run on the board and held onto the victory.

Mifflin County is back in action Friday at home against State College.

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