Bearcats, Maryvillians support baseball players

Posted June 25, 2016 at 1:00 pm

A recent Clarinda A’s baseball game saw Northwest Missouri State University Bearcat Baseball supporters. In front are: Alex Rice and Carter Phillips, Maryville: back: Robert Rice, Maryville; Jay Hrdlicka, Omaha Strike Zone, catcher, Dane Appel, Omaha Strike Zone third base, Joe Hietpas, Bearcat baseball; Bryce Shea, Clarinda A’s pitcher; Kevin Handzlik, Omaha Strike Zone short stop; and Logan Moose, Bearcat baseball.

Shea pitched the final inning, allowing no runs to put the Clarinda A’s in the winner’s box at 13-2. Hrdlicka, Appel, Hietpas, Shea, Handzlik and Moose will return to play for the 2017 Bearcat baseball team.

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