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Photos: Sailors baseball drops high-scoring game to Moffat County

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Steamboat Springs senior Ben Bogan delivers a pitch to the Moffat County batter in the bottom of the fourth inning on Tuesday, April 26, in Craig. The Bulldogs won the nearly three-hour contest 15-10 over the Sailors. Moffat County led 13-3 after three innings, but Steamboat exploded to score seven in the fourth to make it a game again. The Sailors drastically outhit the Bulldogs 15-5, but also committed five errors, helping the home team to a win.
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Damien Dobson slides safely into third base on Tuesday, April 26, as the Sailors baseball team faces Moffat County in Craig.
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Steamboat Springs catcher Walker Ripley gets in front of the pitch to prevent a passed ball on Tuesday, April 26, in Craig.
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Steamboat Srings freshman Jessie Hamric gets Moffat County senior Ryan Peck out after Peck got caught in a pickle between third base and home plate on Tuesday, April 26, in Craig.
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Steamboat Springs freshman Jessie Hamric scores a run during the fourth inning of a baseball game against Moffat County on Tuesday, April 26, in Craig.
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Steamboat Springs pitcher Damien Dobson throws a pitch versus Moffat County on Tuesday, April 26, in Craig.
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Steamboat Springs senior Ben Bogan throws a strike on Tuesday, April 26, during a baseball game against Moffat County in Craig.
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