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Bruins trip Newman in TRAC crossover

Published: Monday, May 12, 2014 4:40 p.m. CST • Updated: Monday, May 12, 2014 4:46 p.m. CST
(BCR photo/Mike Vaughn)
Princeton’s J.J. Vaccaro slides in safely to third base in Friday’s game at Prather Field vs. Erie/Prophetstown. The visiting Panthers won the Three Rivers Crossover 7-3, scoring four runs in the fourth.
(BCR photo/Mike Vaughn)
Princeton senior Tyler Marvin fires a pitch against Erie/Prophetstown at Prather Field Friday. The visiting Panthers won 7-4.

Friday evening set the stage for a pair of local crossover baseball and softball contests in the Three Rivers Conference.

Erie/Prophetstown 7, Princeton 3: The Panthers topped the host Tigers 7-3, making up the difference with a four-run sixth inning. Each team had seven hits with Skye Behrends collecting three and J.J. Vaccaro two for the Tigers. Jett Wedekind, the losing pitcher, had a RBI for PHS along with Caleb Dickens and Isaiah Taylor.

St. Bede 7, Newman 6: The Bruins scored five runs in the fourth inning and held on to defeat Sterling Newman in a Three Rivers crossover baseball contest Friday at the Academy.

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