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0608 BBs AHS pitchers Anderson-Reed

Taco Anderson (left) and Chris Reed both gave MVP performances in their respective starts in the state tourney. Reed took care of the mound duties in Thursday’s semifinal, fanning seven Hallsville hitters while issuing just a single free pass. After a first-inning run by Hallsville, Reed blanked the Bobcats for the balance of the frames while throwing just 87 pitches. Anderson struck out four Victoria East batters en route to a three-hitter, establishing his fast ball early and keeping the Titan hitters from digging in with well-placed curves and splitters. The pair of aces headed up a very deep and talented pitching staff, who were on the back burners if needed by head coach Chad Barry.

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