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    Trevin Packard was a bright spot for the Red Devils in an April 5 contest against the Richfield Wildcats, hitting a homer and a double.
    Photo by Anthony Militano

    The Grand County varsity baseball team lost both games of a doubleheader at home to the Richfield Wildcats on Friday, April 5.

    Grand lost the first game 2-10. The Red Devils kept it close and were down 1-0 until the fifth inning when the Wildcats picked up five runs to take a 6-0 lead. Richfield tacked on two runs in the sixth to make it 8-0.

    Trevin Packard hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth. The Wildcats responded with two more runs in the top of the seventh. Final score: Grand 2, Richfield 10.

    The Red Devils lost the second game, 1-13. The score was tied 1-1 going into the second inning. Richfield picked up 10 runs in the second followed by a single run in the next two innings. The game went four innings. Final score: Grand 1, Richfield 13. Trevin Packard had a double and an RBI in the second game.

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