De­lagol, Ten­nent slip past Abing­ton

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were pretty much go­ing WhH PDnWhHrs’ wDy IRr WhH rHPDLnGHr RI WhH JDPH. ,n IDFW, WhH SLWFhHr hHlSHG hLs own cause, hit­ting a long, 5B, WrLSlH WR lHIW fiHlG WR score Mike Wasser­leiben while putting Ten­nent up 5-0 at the time.

“You have to give Ten­nent credit,” Torresani said. “They cap­i­tal­ized and that’s what hap­pens in high school base­ball. You make mis­takes and the other teams cap­i­tal­ize and win.”

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In the sev­enth, Abing­ton threat­ened, load­ing the bases and even get­ting an RBI sin­gle by Eric Walther, EuW THn­nHnW lHIW­fiHlGHr 5yDn DeLong threw out the next Ghosts player try­ing to score WR rHFRrG WhH finDl RuW RI WhH game.

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The Pan­thers, who sit in third place in the con- IHrHnFH, NnRw WhDW HYHry JDPH IrRP hHrH Rn RuW Ls D big one.

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