Trailing 1-0, Coldwater bunched five runs in the second inning, then trailed 6-5 an inning later. The Cavaliers responded with seven runs following a series of Roger Bacon errors. All but one of the 12 Coldwater runs were unearned. Bacon committed five errors and Coldwater two.
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Pitcher Cole Frilling went 6.1 odd innings to get the win. He started the game, was relieved by Jacob Wenning in the third inning, then returned to finish the game. That was allowed because he never left the lineup after going to second base following his first pitching stint.
Myles Blasingame had two hits for the Cavs. Roger Bacon ended 18-10.
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Coldwater was a state runner-up last season and last won a state baseball title in 2014. The Cavaliers bunched five state championships from 1983-92.
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