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The DeKalb County High School Tigers Baseball Team was on the diamond last week, getting some tough losses. According to Head Coach Tracy Slone, they were games DeKalb should have won.
On April 14, the Tigers were on the road taking on Macon County, where, according to Slone, the team had a terrible day. DeKalb lost 5-2.
Aaron Patterson went 4-4 with three doubles and one RBI, while Devin Summers was 2-4 with a double. Sam McMillen went 1-4, John Roller 1-3, Nick Parsley 1-2, and Ty Curtis was 1-3. The losing pitcher was Steven Jennings.
Macon County had eight ...

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