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Newsome puts together a big inning to top Bloomingdale, 8-2

By Jarrett Guthrie
LITHIA – Newsome needed a good baseball inning after falling behind a pair of runs to neighborhood rival Bloomingdale early on Friday. The fourth started with a gifted, two-base error, but it was the Wolves aggressive offense that followed that saw the home team turn the order over and plate five runs as Newsome won handily 8-2.

After being held hitless through the first three innings, Newsome (14-6) found its offensive pop coming up with ten hits – half of them doubles – in a pair of multi-run innings to claim the non-district win.

In the five-run fourth, the two-base error was followed by a hit batter and a bunt single by Auston Spires to load the bases, but the Wolves first run came courtesy of starting pitcher Trey Cruz, who placed an RBI line drive into right field. Then the gates opened and Newsome flowed through. The Wolves added a second run to tie the game on a wild pitch, before Tyler Rohrberg put his team ahead finding a gap in left field for a two-run …

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