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Shepard fans 11, Bears stay unbeaten

April 16, 2011

It was a “David versus Goliath” match-up when Bunker Hill faced Newton-Conover in baseball Friday.

The Bears entered the game a staggering 16-0 and 10-0 in CVAC games.
The Red Devils sported a 1-15 record. However, that didn’t stop Newton-Conover from playing their hearts out.

Red Devil pitcher Todd Church had his finest game of the season, striking out nine batters, but the Bears were just too much.

Bunker Hill scored six runs off of Church and pitcher Jacob Shepard struck out 11 batters, allowed one walk and three hits to give the Bears their 17th consecutive victory.

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