Huskies extend Panthers’ slide
Errors hamper Creston in 10-6 loss
WINTERSET — On June 25, the Creston baseball team was on a high note, standing 12-10 after sweeping conference rival Atlantic.
But, a tailspin since then reached seven games Friday in a 10-6 loss to an 8-20 Winterset team. Creston had 12 hits, but could not overcome six fielding errors in falling to 12-17 for the season.
“We were swinging it pretty good, with 12 hits, including five doubles,” said assistant coach Kyle Wilson, managing the team Friday as head coach Steve Birchard was attending his mother’s funeral services in Council Bluffs. “I was proud of the way the guys battled for four innings, but you can’t make up for six errors.”
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