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Spencer no-hits Noble on 19 strikeouts.

Cougars Win Two of Three
in Weekend of Games
The Cougars picked-up another conference win against Noble on Friday and split a pair of games on Saturday against Putnam County to run their fall record to an impressive 9-1.
On Friday, Spencer Patton collected his fourth win without a defeat (4-0) and James Gile launched the team's first home run of the season to lead the Cougars past the Noble Wildcats 3-0.
The win put the Cougars atop the conference standings as they are now the only unbeaten team remaining in league play.
Patton, who mowed down 46 batters in his previous three starts, recorded 19 more and if that wasn't enough, he allowed no hits in his 7-inning masterpiece.
The Wildcats' starting pitcher Adam Klingler proved to be very tough on this night as well. He gave up only six hits, one a towering second-inning homer into the trees in right-center off the bat of James Gile and three to Patton, two of which were doubles.
On Saturday, visiting Putnam County handed the Cougars their first loss of the season by taking game one of a doubleheader 7-5.
Starting pitcher Nick Simmons was tagged with the loss as he surrendered all seven runs on eight hits, six walks, and two strikeouts.
Patton launched a pair of solo home runs and Tyler Mulvany added one of his own to pace the offense.
In game two, Wade Crain pitched seven strong innings to notch his second win of the season and Chad King singled in the tying runs in the bottom of the sixth to propel the Cougars to the 6-5 victory.
Crain allowed only four hits, but five errors by the Cougar defense accounted for three of the five runs put up by PC.
Two of those errors came in the sixth when PC tacked on a pair of runs to take a 5-3 lead, but the Cougars clawed back in their half of the inning.
After Robert Slater got things going with a lead-off single, Crain was hit by a pitch and Blake Lane moved both runners up with a sacrifice bunt. Patton walked to load the bases and King followed with a single to tie the game.
With Patton now on third, Simmons rapped a sharp grounder to second that was misplayed and the go-ahead run scored.
The Cougars are back in action again next Tuesday when they host the Clay City Wolves at 7:00 PM.


If you fail to prepare...
prepare to fail.






Record: 9-1
SC at Patoka.....Won  13-1
Stew-Stras at SC.....Won    6-2
St. Elmo at SC.....Won    9-0
SC at Brownstown.....Won    9-2
Sandoval at SC.....Won  14-0
SC at Dieterich.....Won    9-2
SC at Altamont.....Won    8-0
Noble at SC.....Won    3-0
Putnam County at SC.....Lost    7-5
Putnam County at SC.....Won    6-5


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