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Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Coldwater undefeated against Mercer County

By Ryan Hines

Coldwater's Chad Westgerdes, 22, slides safely into second base as Parkway short. . .

Compiled by Ryan Hines
The Coldwater ACME team completed a perfect run through Mercer County competition during the regular season on Friday evening after beating Parkway 4-0 at Veterans Field.  
Jordan Borgerding threw the first four innings to get the win for Coldwater, which improves to 18-5 on the summer. Coldwater begins ACME sectional play on Sunday against the winner of St. Henry/Fort Recovery at approximately 2:15 p.m.
Parkway, now 13-9 on the summer, will also play in tournament action on Sunday, playing the winner of the Celina/Marion Local matchup at approximately 6:45 p.m.

LINESCORE
Parkway  000  000  0  -  0  3  2
Coldwater  101  011  x  -  4  6  0
WP: Borgerding.
LP: Art.
2B: (P): Heiser.
Records: Coldwater 18-5, Parkway 13-9.
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