Lebanon Reporter

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April 8, 2014

Stars baseball drop two games at Northview

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The Stars added a second run an inning later when Bye singled home Cameron Cline.

The game stayed at 11-2 into the sixth, when Northview scored five runs to go up 16-2. Western Boone got a run back in the bottom of the sixth when Bye hit a triple to score Cline, but couldn't get back within 10 to keep the game alive.

Prickett took the loss in the game.

Western Boone is back in action today when they host Zionsville.

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