Anderson impressive in two routs but gives game away against DeSales
By John Herndon
Tuesday, April 28, 2009 at 7:00 pm
LOUISVILLE – Anderson County showed it can play some mean baseball in the Louisville Invitational Tournament, but the Bearcats left with a little taste of the “what might have been.”
Anderson won a pair of games by the mercy rule but also felt its own generosity prevented a clean sweep in the extravaganza.
The 40-team tournament does not crown a champion but brings many of the best teams from around Kentucky into Louisville for an intensive weekend of baseball.
Anderson’s three games were played at Holy Cross High School.
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