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Waynesville varsity baseball defeated Thursday by Camdenton, 12 to 3
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. (April 8, 2010) — In tonight’s baseball game versus Camdenton, the Waynesville Tigers played hard but were defeated 12 to 3.

The Tigers’ offense was stagnant for much of the game with zero runs through six innings, but Kevin Williams showed himself a strong hitter, bringing in two runs in the seventh inning to put the Tigers on the scoreboard.

Throughout the game, Camdenton steadily put up seven runs through six innings, but in the seventh inning they scored five runs.

Sam Dowling entered the game in the seventh inning after Waynesville had already allowed five runs in just one inning, and Dowling's pitching finished the inning without allowing any more Camdenton runs.

“The RBIs felt all right, but I wish the team had scored more runs,” Williams said.

In other notes, Lexavier Mcclain scored one run off a wild pitch and Matt Hestenes had three singles tonight.

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