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Broken Bow baseball fights its way back into district final

July 24, 2012

Broken Bow bounced back after a loss to Holdredge Monday night, beating McCook 3-1 in a pitchers duel.

With the win, they advance to the district final, where they will get a rematch with Holdredge. Broken Bow will have to win twice, as the tournament is double elimination.

The championship game(s) will be played while the Custer County Chief is going to press. Check the website for results shortly after the game.

The scheduled game is set to begin at 5 p.m. and if a second game is required, it will start soon after.

Magic runs out for Broken Bow, fall to Holdredge

July 24, 2012

Broken Bow and Holdredge added another wild game to their rivalry Monday night as Holdredge prevailed over the Indians, 8-6 in a back-and-forth game that took eight innings.

Holdredge used tough pitching to keep Broken Bow off the scoreboard for most of the game. They held a 1-0 lead before they increased it to a 2-0 lead in the top of the 4th on a passed ball.

The Indians started to show some life offensively in the 6th inning with an RBI-single by left fielder Derek McCormick, who brought home Kirby Pomplun, cutting the score to 2-1 in the bottom of the 6th.

Bow falls to Holdredge in 8 innings

July 24, 2012

Broken Bow rallied from behind twice, but just couldn't muster enough runs to pull out in the win, dropping an 8-6 decision to Holdredge Monday night.

The Indians will face McCook in the semi-finals of the losers bracket for a chance at a rematch with Holdredge in the district championship Wednesday.

Broken Bow has already beaten McCook twice this season.

For the full story, check back at www.custercountychief.com on Tuesday

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