Owls can't claw past Jennings County


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Tribune photo by Zach Spicer/ Seymour senior Mitchell Pollmann throws to first base for an out during Tuesday's home game against Jennings County.


Tribune photo by Zach Spicer/ Seymour's Mitchell Pollmann, right, and John Rivera, left, catch Jennings County's Sam Miller in a rundown between home plate and third base during Tuesday's game at Seymour.


Jennings County’s leadoff batter in the first and third innings of Tuesday’s season-opener at Seymour reached on a walk and later scored one of the team’s three runs to build a 6-0 lead.

Seymour scored its first run in the bottom of the fourth, but Jennings County got a hit to start the fifth inning, and the Panthers added two more runs en route to an 8-3 win.

“It’s errors, and it’s walks, and those are things that we know we can’t give up,” Owls coach Jeremy Richey said. “Unfortunately, we gave up both of them in the same night, and this is what’s going to happen when we do that.”

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