GCHS Braves bounce back with two wins

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By Paul Gable

Following a 10-run loss to 32nd District and county opponent Williamstown last week, it would have been easy for the Grant County High School baseball team to feel sorry for itself.

However, coach Van Duncan and the players refused to take the easy way out.

Rather than let the loss to the Demons beat them more than once, the Braves bounced back from the loss with back-to-back victories, however, it was a daunting task.

On April 26, Grant County pummeled Henry County, one of the better teams in the 8th Region, 14-4 on the road.

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