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baseball, Sports

Bulldogs come up short to Patriots

| Randy Dickson
The Crestview baseball team played a clean game against Pace, the number one 6A team in the state on Thursday. But clean wasn’t good enough. “We needed to be squeaky clean,” Bulldog coach Tim Gillis said following a 3-0 loss to the Patriots.
Crestview pitcher Nathanial “Turtle” Nocher worked five complete inning and gave up one earned run to keep the Bulldogs in the game with top ranked Pace on Thursday.


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