By Gary R. Rasberry
It appears that St. Henry and Celina just are not satisfied with just seven innings of baseball.
For the second time this week, the two ACME teams needed extra innings to decide their game.
This time, however, Celina, which was beaten by St. Henry in the 10th on Tuesday, came back as Mike Siefker's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth scored Caleb Shreves to give Celina a 7-6 win in the first game of Saturday's round-robin quadrupleheader at Montgomery Field. [More