BD beats Panthers

Britton Deerfield’s varsity baseball team traveled to Addison on Monday, April 8, and won its opening season game 13-1 in just five innings.The Patriots had pitcher D.J. Gotz on the hill in the opener for the win. He threw four innings of the mercy-ruled contest and gave up one run while striking out five and walking two in four innings of work.Zach Bearinger pitched the fifth inning and gave up one hit.Gotz had a good all-around game, helping himself to the win with a 4-for-4 effort at the plate with a double, three RBI and three runs scored.Tyler Jacobs was 2-for-3 at the plate for the Patriots with a double and triple, three RBI and two scored runs.

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