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Making a pitch

Grandview pitcher Anthony Mendoza delivers the ball to an Ephrata batter during action at home last Saturday. Grandview lost to the Tigers by scores of 17-1 in game one and 17-0 in game two. The lone Greyhound score of the day came in the third inning of game one, when Anthony Ramirez slapped a double and later scored on a passed ball. Eddie Zepeda also had a double in the opener for Grandview. In game two, Grandview’s Brendan Bardwell broke up an Ephrata no-hit bid with the only Greyhound hit of the game. Grandview hosts Ellensburg tomorrow, Tuesday, in its last home appearance of the season.

Photo by Jennie McGhan.
Grandview pitcher Anthony Mendoza delivers the ball to an Ephrata batter during action at home last Saturday. Grandview lost to the Tigers by scores of 17-1 in game one and 17-0 in game two. The lone Greyhound score of the day came in the third inning of game one, when Anthony Ramirez slapped a double and later scored on a passed ball. Eddie Zepeda also had a double in the opener for Grandview. In game two, Grandview’s Brendan Bardwell broke up an Ephrata no-hit bid with the only Greyhound hit of the game. Grandview hosts Ellensburg tomorrow, Tuesday, in its last home appearance of the season.

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