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Dulaney struck out five and walked three to efficiently dispose of the scrappy Cougars (1012), who won five of their last six in conference play just to make it to the postseason.
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After Cory Wood scored on a wild pitch to give the Spartans a 50 lead, Ryan Jeffers and Tim Smiley drove in four runs with backtoback base hits to push the lead to 90.
Dulaney stepped to the plate facing an enviable situation. With a runner on second, an RBI hit would end the game on the 10run mercy rule and he have his nohitter without having to go back out to the mound and pitch the final inning.
was hard, Dulaney said. really wanted to go out for the seventh. smacked the ball through the right side of the infield, but Smiley held at third base, and the inning ended with the duo on the corners.
Third baseman Cas Silber kept the nohitter alive to start the seventh, charging in, barehanding a dribbler and throwing out Apex Cooper Grissom by inches at first.
just had pretty good stuff today, Dulaney said. felt like a normal start. My arm felt pretty good, but it was nothing different. I just threw strikes and the defense did a good job.
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Sanderson baseball Daniel Dulaney pitches playoff nohitter against Apex
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