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Raiders finish season 12-9


Raider baseball wrapped up the 2013 season last week at Wenatchee Valley Junior College with a 8-2 loss to White Swan. Head Coach Ted Piccolo recognizes that White Swan was a tough opponent. The Raiders played without Justus DeWinkler due to his injury and another was not at full speed. Kendall Piccolo pitched five innings striking out 3 Cougars and giving up only 1 earned run on 2 hits and two walks. Brady Black came in to relieve Piccolo for the last two innings and gave up no earned runs and no hits while striking out 2 Cougars. At the plate the Raiders managed only 4 hits in the game. Brady Black had two hits and three stolen bases. Devan Black hit a double, stole a base, and scored a run. Daniel Loch had two steals on the day and scored a run.Trey Nicholson and Bubba Garcia had the two runs batted in for the Raiders. Coach Piccolo is confident for the future as the Raiders were a young squad this season and has the potential of having many returners next season. Within the next two weeks the Raiders should learn who made the All-League squads and if any will join Kramer Carlson on the All District 6 squad.

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