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Bulldogs baseball drop first two home games

Had five-run lead until sixth inning of game one

COLFAX - After winning two games in Asotin last week, the Colfax Bulldogs baseball team opened their home games with a double-header against the Northwest Christian (Colbert) Crusaders.

The two games were played on Friday, March 22.

Colfax held a five-run advantage in the game until the second-to-last inning, when the Crusaders scored four runs in the sixth, and two in the seventh to take the 7-6 victory.

Starting pitcher JP Wigen pitched five-and-a-third innings for the Bulldogs in the first game. He allowed five runs on six hits and four walks. He would strike out five batters in the game.



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