|High School Baseball:
Audubon Have Easy Time Against Collingswood
Tuesday, May 1, 2002
By Vincent Lewis
In a Colonial Conference game, Audubon continued their winning ways by scoring early and relying on strong pitching. Collingswood was the team who fell victim to the Green Wave's onslaught as they scored six runs in the first inning. Joe Flacco pitched a two hitter as Audubon ended this game early in the sixth inning with a 10-0 win over Collingswood.
Every win counts in the Colonial Conference as teams like Sterling, Haddonfield and West Deptford all have been enjoying a successful season this year. Only a few games in the winning column separate these opponents with the playoff just around the corner. Audubon were right behind Sterling in the standings and every game counts in this competitive conference.
In the first inning, Audubon's Rich Horan hammered a double that accounted for two of the six runs scored in the inning. After scoring one run in the bottom of the fourth inning, the 10 run rule came into effect in the sixth inning. Nate Schill watched his three run homerun end this game for Audubon giving Flacco a two hit shutout.
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