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Bearcat Baseball almost upsets Centennial

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Senior Pitcher, Austin Taylor pitches the ball for a strike.

Crack! It’s going it’s going, it’s gone! On Saturday, March 5th, 2022, Bearcat baseball drove 2 hours for a 2:00pm game at Centennial High School in Bakersfield California. Coming off a loss to SLO, the Bearcats were looking to bounce back with a win. Bearcats lost 8-7 in 7 innings, and played a great game.  The cats jumped ahead in the first inning with Senior Bryson Hoier hitting a solo home run to deep left field, 1-0 Bearcats. After that inning, the Boys were hyped, and kept the energy going through the whole game. Starting pitcher for Paso was Senior Austin Taylor. In 4 innings pitched, Taylor had 5 strikeouts, 5 walks, and 5 earned runs. Coming into relieve Taylor in the 5th inning was senior Tony Garcia. Garcia had 2 strikeouts, 1 walk, and 2 earned runs in 2 innings pitched. Paso’s offense showed up on Saturday, with a team batting average of .355, and 11 combined hits. The game went down to the last inning, Paso was winning 7-6 going into the bottom of the 7th, but Centennial made a comeback and scored 2 runs to walk off the game. Bearcats played well and put up a great fight, and will continue to improve this season.












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Braydon Hoier
Braydon Hoier, Review Editor

Braydon Hoier is a Junior in his third year with Crimson. He is the review director for the class. Hoier joined his Freshman year and has been mostly involved in sports reporting in his time with the class. He plays baseball for the school and golfs for fun on his own time.

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