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Hawks Flying High After No-Hitter

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Gibault’s Mark Branz, right, thanks right fielder Max Kostelac for making two outstanding defensive plays to preserve Branz’s no-hitter at Okawville. Kostelac also slammed a home run.
Gibault’s Mark Branz, right, thanks right fielder Max Kostelac for making two outstanding defensive plays to preserve Branz’s no-hitter at Okawville. Kostelac also slammed a home run.

The Gibault baseball team is flying this spring. The Hawks improved to 13-3 with last week’s 11-0 short-game win at Okawville.  The game’s big story was a six-inning no-hit performance from starter Mark Branz. The senior struck out seven and allowed only one walk.  The Hawks’ top batsmen were Ian Metcalf (3-4, 5 RBI, 2 …

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