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Eagles baseball team wins, 10-5, against Lynn Tech

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  The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School baseball team won its fourth game of the season against Lynn Tech, 10-5, on Thursday afternoon at Breed Field. Mystic Valley moved to 4-0 overall, while Lynn Tech dropped to 1-4 overall.

  Mystic Valley got out to an early lead in the top half of the opening frame, as two first inning errors plus hits by Josh Stover and Tim Rosell aided the Eagles to a 3-0 lead. Lynn Tech responded in the bottom half of the first inning, closing the gap to one run, 3-2. In the second inning Mystic Valley would continue where they left off in the first. A double from Varun Chawla gave life to the Eagles’ bench, before Liam Powers advanced to first on a single. Stover stepped up and singled to left center field, knocking in Chawla and Powers. The score would remain 5-2 in favor of Mystic Valley until the bottom of the fourth. Lynn Tech doubled to center field to drive three runs across the dish, making it a 5-5 contest.

  The Eagles regained their lead in the sixth, tacking on five runs on three straight hits by Powers, Jack Mangone and Stover. Chawla added a game sealing triple, pulling ahead 10-5. After three and a half scoreless innings, Lynn Tech never succeeded in touching home plate again.

  Mystic Valleys starting pitcher, Mangone, gave up three runs on seven hits and struck out four in five complete innings. Stover came in and allowed no runs on two hits and dealt three strikeouts in four complete innings of work.

  Mystic Valley travels to Keefe Tech on Wednesday, April 18, for a 12 p.m. matchup.

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