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Hawks too much for Spartans

JUNIOR EVAN BROMLEY WINDS UP BEFORE THROWING A PITCH

JUNIOR EVAN BROMLEY WINDS UP BEFORE THROWING A PITCH

Paul Studt SportsByPaul.com

JUNIOR EVAN BROMLEY WINDS UP BEFORE THROWING A PITCH

Paul Studt SportsByPaul.com

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JUNIOR EVAN BROMLEY WINDS UP BEFORE THROWING A PITCH

Anthony Chiccitt, Deputy Sports Editor

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The No. 4 Black Hawks (4-1) defeated the No. 2 Hempfield Spartans (4-3), 10-2, in a 6A non-conference matchup on Thursday, April 4.

The Hawks’ bats were hot out of the gate with seven hits through the first three innings but were unable to put any runs up on the board, leaving a lot of runners on base.

They finally managed to break through on a single by junior Kevin Kogler, and they never looked back.

The Hawks put up 10 runs on 17 hits behind three-hit days from sophomore Eric Chalus, juniors Sean McGowan and Kevin Kogler, and senior Anthony Stangis, combining for seven of the 10 RBIs.

They were never trailing in the game and had a commanding 10-0 lead going into the bottom of the 7th.

Starting pitcher Evan Bromley threw a gem and had a shutout through six innings.

The final score ended at 10-2 and the Hawks came away with a solid road win.

The Hawks have a big week following. They play three section opponents next week, and it starts at Peterswood Park on Monday, April 8, in which the Hawks will take on the Indians. First pitch is at 7 p.m.

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Anthony Chiccitt, a BPHS junior, will be your starting quarterback for the second year in a row on Friday nights, but much more than that, the student...

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