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Black Sox throw Sixers for a loss

Giese, Schulfer shut down Post 6 bats in Valley opener

12:59 AM, Jun. 19, 2013
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Logan Mallek looked unhittable through the early innings Tuesday night.

No one had to to tell the Plover hitters that as they spent the first four innings swinging at air or with baffled looks on their faces as called third strikes were rung up against the Stevens Point Post 6 starter.

Black Sox reliever Cal Giese then let the Sixers batters know how it felt to be overmatched over the final five innings, and by that time Plover Post 543 had finally figured out Mallek. ...

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