Depew pitch­ers shine

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When base­ball coach Dennis Craw­ley talks about his start­ing pitch­ing depth, he’s not ex­ag­ger­at­ing.

Se­nior Josh Doss pitched a twohit­ter in a 3-2 win over cross-town ri­val last week. Joe Pagano pitched a no-hit­ter in the Wild­cats’ ECIC III opener over Pi­o­neer on Mon­day.

Wed­nes­day, Ethan Krakowski pitched a one-hit­ter in a 12-0 win at

in a bat­tle of de­fend­ing ECIC divi­sion cham­pi­ons. Depew (3-1) ECIC III) won ECIC IV last year be­fore mov­ing up. Lake Shore took the ECIC III pen­nant a year ago.

Krakowski had a no-hit­ter go­ing un­til Zach Evans cracked a clean sin­gle with one out in the bot­tom of the sev­enth. Evans was only the fourth baserun­ner for the Ea­gles, who had two walks and one player reach on an er­ror.

Krakowski struck out five. Jake Went­land drove in four runs with a pair of sin­gles. Pagano had three hits, in­clud­ing two dou­bles, scored once and had one RBI and Zac Buck drove in two runs with his two hits.

ral­lied from an 11-0 deficit to tie its ECIC IV game at and the game was called be­cause of dark­ness in the top of the eighth with the scored tied, 11-11.

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