SEASON PREVIEW: Pitching should lead the way if Fenwick gets a chance to play this year

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Fenwick High School's Carter Earls (24) covers first base and looks at Badin runner Dylan Ballauer during a Greater Catholic League Coed Division baseball game May 1, 2019, at Alumni Field in Hamilton. TERRI ADAMS/CONTRIBUTOR

MIDDLETOWN — Fenwick High School’s baseball team will be well-armed if the 2020 season can be played.

The coronavirus pandemic has everybody shut down until at least early May, but if the Falcons get a chance to prove themselves on the diamond, everything will likely start with their pitching staff.





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