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Rebelsí bats come alive

May 8, 2013

Angela Dahlgren prepares to fire the ball back into the infield. 
 MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sheila Crowley
MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sheila Crowley
Angela Dahlgren prepares to fire the ball back into the infield.
in double header win over the Wolverines
By: Sean Solheim Murray County News Sports

In another key conference matchup, the Rebels played host to the Mountain Lake Area Wolverines this past Thursday. Because of the late snow outburst, both the Rebels and the Wolverines were forced to play a double header in Slayton. The Rebels came out swinging in both games, including a second inning blast in the first game, and a late inning blast in the second game that helped pad the offensive attack for the Rebels.

The Wolverines came out right away in the top of the first with the opening blow. Olivia Hopwood led off the game with a single to right-center. A few pitches later, Signey Stoesz grounded to short where Taylor Schreier flipped the ball to Michaela Hartle for the force out. Janessa Peters stepped in and popped the ball up to short for a quick second out. Though the Rebels got back in control quickly, the tides turned on them just as fast. Paige Brown stepped in and on the first pitch of her at bat, she drilled the ball over the wall for a two run home run. The Rebels went up to bat after a groundout down 2-0.

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