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Spiro boys suffer gut-wrenching state quarterfinal loss to Verdigris

May 12, 2012

SPIRO SLIDE — Spiro baserunner Joe T. Ross, left, slides back into first base on a pick-off attempt during the first inning of Thursday night's Class 3A State Tournament quarterfinal against Verdigris in Edmond. Verdigris first baseman Denahm Morton awaits the throw. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

EDMOND — If there was any group of individuals asking the question “What if?” it is the Spiro Bulldogs baseball players.
The Bulldogs left the bases loaded twice, and stranded 12 runners on base all total, as they lost a gut-wrenching Class 3A State Tournament quarterfinal contest by a score of 1-0 to the Verdigris Cardinals Thursday night.
The ’Dogs end the season at 22-12.

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