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The North Paulding Wolfpack baseball team improved their record to 6-4 on the young season with a victory on the road at Hiram by a score of 9-2 in blustery weather conditions.
The Pack scored 7 runs in the first inning and played solid defense behind strong pitching to secure the victory. Things should heat up soon for both squads as both Hiram and North will begin region play this week.North Coach Dennis Jordan is optimistic about the coming season but admits he has a young team that will have to improve as the season goes along. They are in a region that has some good programs but the Wolfpack should find their way to make a playoff appearance.

Wolfpack Junior Starter Jacob Brown went 4 strong innings allowing only 2 hits a no runs.IMGP6822Wolfpack Sophomore Chandler Wood closed the game out by hurling the final 3 innings.​IMGP6816Hornet Hurler D. Skinner came in in a relief role and pitched 4 plus strong innings.IMGP6823Chandler Strader dives back to the bag safely on a pick off attempt by Hiram.​IMGP6820Strader records the final out of the game narrowly nabbing a hustling Levi Walker of Hiram.IMGP6815