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Tigers pour it on Watertown

Jacob Dodd photo Members of the Watertown baseball team look on in disdain as Lee Randolph trots around the bases after pounding a homerun in the Tiger route of the rival squad. The Tigers returned home from a challenging Florida tour to douse Watertown in back to back games.

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The fresh Tennessee air was all the Tiger baseball squad needed to clear its heads following a tough Spring Break swing in Florida as it took out its frustrations on Watertown this past week, outscoring them 21-1 in a home and away set.

Tiger hurler Hunter Jennings threw a complete game shutout as the Tigers went on the road to claim a 13-0 win. He controlled the game, surrendering only four hits while walking none. The Tiger bats erupted for two runs in the first and three in the second to give them a 5-0 lead. DeKalb outhit Watertown 17-4 ...


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