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Aberdeen falls in nine innings of state semifinal baseball play

Aberdeen falls in nine innings of state semifinal baseball play

Aberdeen's bid for its first state title game appearance in nearly 40 years ended in nine innings Wednesday at Joe Canon Stadium in Harmans.

The Eagles (15-8) fell to Huntingtown, 3-1, in a Class 3A state semifinal despite leading, 1-0, into the sixth inning. Both teams scored unearned runs to create the 1-1 tie.

"We had some opportunities and didn't finish, an error here and there, but that's high school baseball," Aberdeen Coach Tim Lindecamp said. "Hell of a journey, no one expected this, so you know what? It's going to sting for a couple of days, but hey, we'll enjoy it, we had a great run out of them, what can you say?"

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