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Stilwell's big inning dooms Poteau boys in home opener

March 11, 2013

S'WERNER-FUL — Poteau starting pitcher Jay Werner, front, delivers a pitch as first baseman Michael Didway prepares to field a potential ground ball during Saturday afternoon's home opener against Stilwell at Town Creek Park. The Poteau senior struck out eight batters in 5.1 innings pitched, but got a no-decision. PDN photo by David Seeley

For five innings, Saturday afternoon's home opener for the Poteau Pirates baseball team at Town Creek Park was going just fine. Then came the sixth inning.
The Stilwell Indians sent 16 batters to the plate, scoring 11 of them, as they rallied to down the Pirates 14-7.

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