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Red Wing's Tyler Goering delivers a pitch during Tuesday's 7-5 victory over Prescott at the Red Wing Athletic Field. Goering allowed three earned runs on seven hits, three walks and four hit batters in five innings for the Aces. Photo by Chris Harrell

Amateur Baseball: Aces keep rolling

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Red Wing’s only hits came in the third inning Tuesday night against Prescott at the Red Wing Athletic Field.

That is normally an issue but the Aces tallied six runs on eight hits in that inning and grabbed a 7-5 victory, their 11th straight win.

“We have been relying on big innings,” Red Wing co-manager Andy Gibart said. “Guys are feeding off each other, every time we get a couple hits, it seems to be two or three hits in a row and we find a way every time to get guys in.”

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Chris Harrell
Chris Harrell is a sports reporter for the Red Wing Republican Eagle. Previously, he interned at the St. Paul Pioneer Press and The Daily Caller in Washington, D.C. For updates on local sports, follow Chris on Twitter at @RECHarrell.
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