on April 18, 2024
North Union’s Tyler Krebehenne (22) delivers a pitch against Shawnee during a home game last Monday against Shawnee. (Gazette photo by Bob Putman)

Wildcats come up short in conference matchups

By By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette 


North Union’s baseball program fell short in a pair of home games against Graham last Saturday and Shawnee Monday night.

Wildcats come up short to Shawnee

The pitching and defense each performed very well for North Union in its Central Buckeye Conference baseball game against Shawnee last Monday at North Union.

The Wildcats’ surrendered just six hits and the defense committed just one error.

But North Union could only get three hits off Shawnee pitcher Zach Hennigan and suffered a 2-1 loss.

“Hennigan pitched a little better than Tyler (Krebehenne) did,” NU Head Coach Nick Blakeley said. “TK was awesome and probably deserved better.”

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