TCHS needs extra frame to keep baseball record perfect

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Wayne County, on the road, is 14th victim

By Bobby Brockman

Taylor County needed to score four runs in the top of the eighth inning to keeps its undefeated baseball season going with an 8-4 victory at Wayne County.
The Cardinals led 4-0 after six innings before the Monticello Cards tallied three runs in the sixth, one more in the seventh and left the bases loaded.
However, Taylor County improved its ledger to 14-0 with four runs in the extra-inning frame.
Daniel Carney and Jack Miller paced the TCHS attack with three hits apiece while Tyler Frogge had two hits and three runs batted in and Dalton Brown singled.

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