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From The News-Courier staff
KNOX CITY—The Knox City Greyhounds opened their baseball season with a 12-10 victory over the Olney Cubs.
“For our first game, we played pretty well,” said Coach Jordan Carter. “Our pitching still has a long way to go, but we swung the bats well especially in the first inning and made the defensive plays we needed to. Our biggest issue was issuing walks.
The Hounds grabbed a 7-4 lead in the first inning, the score was tied at 8 after three innings and again at 10 entering the bottom of the fifth.
Caleb Arrietta and Devin Guillory led the hitting attack with two hits and three RBIs each. In addition, Guillory, also the pitcher, stole home. Kobe Roberts had two of the 10 steals for the Hounds.
The Hounds play the Seymour JV on March 22 before starting district play.