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Wister boys dominate field to win Class A District Tournament; Wildcat pitcher throws no-hitter in title game

September 24, 2011

DISTRICT CHAMPS — The Wister Wildcats baseball team poses with the Class A District Tournament championship plaque after beating Crowder in Friday afternoon's title game. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

WISTER — The Wister Wildcats baseball team began its first step toward a four-peat as far as trips to state are concerned.
Friday afternoon in the Class A District Tournament, the ’Cats handled the Crowder Demons 17-0 in three innings to win the title.
The Wildcats pretty much dominated their two games on Thursday, beating Crowder 10-0 and Howe 16-1.
The Lions were the first team eliminated from the tournament, losing a hard-fought 10-8 game to the Demons.
The Wildcats (19-2) will find out Monday where they will go, who they will face and when they will play in next week's Class A Regional Tournament.

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