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Caldwell's Burns finishes shutout

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St. Mary 17, Community Christian 2 -- The top five of the St. Mary batting order were unstoppable as a group, going 15-19 with 14 RBIs in a 17-2 pounding of Community Christian Friday in Second District baseball action.

John MacCauley topped all Vikings with five RBIs, including a double and triple, and Brady Merrill pushed in four RBIs. Bryce Haas had two triples and Anthony Milliano clubbed two doubles. The game got out of reach as the Vikings plated nine runs in the third and six more in the fourth to take the wind out of the Warriors. Austin Weatherington got the win for St. Mary with Will Muiter finishing the last inning.

Logan Browning doubled in one run for the Warriors and Ethan Miller went 2-for-2 with the other Warrior RBI.

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St. Mary 109 61 17 20 0

Comm. Christian 000 20 2 5 2

WP: Weatherington. LP: Copeland.

2B: STM-J.MacCauley, Milliano 2; CCA-Adrian, Browning. 3B: STM-Haas 2, J.MacCauley. HR: none. Top hitters: STM-Merrill 3-4 (4RBI), B.Haas 5-5 (RBI), J.MacCauley 3-3 (5RBI), Sims 2-4 (3RBI), Milliano 2-3 (RBI); CCA- Records:

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