Spartans' 11 runs in the first three innings seals win over Comets

Adam Price playing first base

Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks

St. Joseph-Ogden first baseman Adam Price looks the ball into his glove in a pick-off attempt on Reed-Custer's Connor Esparza, who made it back to the bag in time to avoid the out. Price led the Spartan offense in the 12-2 non-conference victory with three hits and four RBIs. The senior also crossed the plate twice for SJO. Price and four other seniors will be recognized for their contributions to the baseball program this Wednesday at 4pm before the start of their home game against the Braves of Mt. Zion. St. Joseph-Ogden and the five-senior squad begins regional play at home a week from this Wednesday, May 17 at Meier Field. The Spartans (24-7) will face the winner from Monday's first-round game between Hoopeston-Area and Bismarck-Henning-Rossville-Alvin.


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