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HORSE CAVE— With a matchup looming against the pitcher who struck them out 18 times earlier this season, the LaRue County Hawks were primed for another chance.
They got the opportunity they’ve been waiting for against Green County ace Brennen Milby, but they may have been a little too excited.
“All week, everyone has been talking about how good this and that, and how we have to get in his head, but I think he really got in our head actually,” said LaRue County sophomore catcher Koy Lindsey.
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