Kamiah beat Lewis County 19-0 in Whitepine League baseball play Tuesday night, April 6, at KHS. "We swung the bats and we had no backwards Ks," Kubs coach Tommy Williamson said afterward. "You can't win if you don't score, and today we hit the ball. Against St. Maries and Prairie, the boys didn't want to swing, so we got out the batting cage and went after it. I'm proud of them."
KHS has a whole bunch of baseball coming up, and the big offensive output allowed them to save pitching for upcoming games against Genesee Saturday at KHS - as well as their rematch with Prairie next week.
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