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CHS Baseball
Baseball Victory Over Skiatook
Mar. 14, 2005
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Cardinals are 8-0
On the Season So Far

Previous Coverage
Jimmy West (#10) avoided a pick off at first (above) then stole second (below) in the first inning Monday against Skiatook.

Baseball Cardinals

Ryan Coe (#12) changed the score from 6-0 to 9-0 with a home run swing in the second inning (with 2 outs).
Jimmy West (#10) was also busy on the mound, pitching the first 3 inning before leaving with a 14-1 lead (in this 5 inning game with Skiatook).
Josh Walker (#7) pitched the final 2 innings and only gave up a single run as the Cards picked up 4 additional runs for the 18-2 final score.
Collinsville was solid defensively and the bats provided a steady stream of base runners as the Cardinals reached their eighth win against no losses.


The baseball team beat Cleveland 16-2 Friday. Chris Treibt piched a complete game for the win. The Cards put on an offensive display with the entire line-up ripping the Cleveland picher for numerous hits. Treibt also hit a three run homer. Go Cards! -- Cory Slagle 3/11/05