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Vikings drop three at home to the Kayhi Kings

 

Jess Field / Petersburg Pilot

Stuart Conn throws a strike on a rainy Thursday afternoon.

The Petersburg High School baseball team hosted the Ketchikan Kings last Wednesday and Thursday, and played close games during the first day of the series.

Game one started with a hit batter, a walk and an error allowing the Kings to put three runs on the board to start the game, but the home team was able to keep their composure.

The Vikings lost 4-1, but the effort pleased head coach Jim Engell.

"After we got out of that first inning, we just settled down and played really good baseball," coach Engell says. "It was a really good game."

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