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War Eagles Fall to Fairview, Close out District Play


Senior catcher Jack Murray has committed to Chattanooga State (Photo: Jack Morton)


Earlier this week, the Sycamore War Eagles faced the Fairview Yellowjackets to close out the season's district play.


Game Day Recap:

Monday, April 17 V. Fairview (District)

In the top half of the first, the Yellowjackets took an early 1-0 lead on a double. The War Eagles responded with a serious scoring threat in the bottom half of the inning, but they left the bases loaded without scoring. Fairview added one run in the third and two more in the fifth before icing their shut-out victory with six more in the sixth inning, taking down Sycamore, 10-0.


Game Day Recap:

Tuesday, April 18 @ Fairview (District)

In their second matchup of the week, Fairview took yet another early lead with a first-inning single. The Yellowjacket's dominant pitching and high-powered offense proved to be too much for the War Eagles to contain, ultimately causing them to fall 7-0.

Junior Christian Sanders and senior Elijah Haskins each tallied one hit to lead the varsity War Eagles.


The War Eagles closed out district play with a 5-3 record.


Up Next for the War Eagles:

Friday, April 21, Springfield will come to Pleasant View.

Game starts at 4:30PM.

First Image: The Pleasant View Pirates with the War Eagles before Monday night's game against Fairview. (Jack Morton)

Second Image: Head Coach Matt Carrigan and infielders Kolby Ervin, Elijah Haskins, Luca Morton, and Christian Sanders watch a relief pitcher warm up against Fairview (Jack Morton)

First Image: Austin Morris had the only two-base hits Monday night ( Jack Morton)

Second Image: Senior catcher Jack Murray has saved countless runs with his blocked wild pitches during his high school career. He has committed to Chattanooga State (Jack Morton)






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