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Master's takes Reese championship

July 11, 2013

MASTERS TAKES TITLE—Masters Heating & Cooling won the HEBA Reese baseball tourney championship Wednesday, defeating Decatur Dental Service 10-0. (Photo by Jim Hopkins)

     In another lopsided affair Wednesday night, Master's Heating and Air was a big winner in five frames over Decatur Dental Services, 10-0, for the Reese League title.
    Cam Voglewede was stellar again facing only 19 batters in five innings. He struck out 12 of them while walking one and allowing just two hits in the complete game victory. Johnathon Wilder was the losing pitcher throwing 1.2 innings, while Aaron Lehrman relieved for 3.1 frames.
    Tanner Walker (2-3) doubled and stroked an in-the-park homerun to lead the way for Master's at the plate. Voglewede beat out an in-the-parker as well, while Josh Price doubled, Nick Teeple was 2-3, and Carter Knaub was 2-2 with a double. Tournament MVP Corey Miller was 3-3 with a double and triple. Voglewede was named League MVP.
    Wilder was also the only player who got anything going at the plate for DDS stroking the only two hits of the game for the runners-up.

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