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Raider catcher Tyson Nicholson tags out a Bulldog runner in Okanogan. Nicholson had the only hit for the Raiders. - Al Camp, Omak Chronicle photo

The Raider baseball team spent a lot of time on the road this past week, going to Waterville and Okanogan where they lost, and to Soap Lake, where they won both games of a doubleheader.

The Raiders lost to the Shockers in Waterville April 24 by just one run in the seventh inning.

"Tony Nichols went 5-5 [at the plate]," Head Coach Billy Nicholson said. "Nick Baker hit a two-run homer over the fence. Hunter [Whitelaw] did a great job pitching over the first six innings, but ran into the pitch count limit."

Against Okanogan on April 26, the Raiders didn't fare so well, losing 21-0.


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