Harlem Bulldogs blank Thomson baseball 13-0
By Jim Wallace

THS’ Garrett McClure hurls against the Harlem Bulldogs Friday.
The neighboring Harlem Bulldogs were not hospitable as they blasted the Thomson Bulldogs 13-0 at Bulldog Field Friday night.
Thomson, coming off its season-opening 10-0 win over Lincoln County Feb. 13, could get nothing going against the AA Bulldogs.
“We barely hit the ball at all night,” Thomson head coach Brad Smith said of the game which was called in the fifth inning on the mercy rule.
“We only had two hits to go with our eight strikeouts. We did not play well defensively, and did not make routine plays that extended some innings for Harlem. You can't give good teams four and five outs an inning.”
Thomson’s only hits were singles by Jordan Fanning and Devin McNair in the third inning
Meanwhile, Harlem totaled 13 hits.
For Thomson, Garrett McClure took the loss on the mound.
Thomson will get a chance for revenge when they play at Harlem at 5:30 p.m., Thursday. Feb. 23.
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