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Roxbury Baseball in Tough Loss to Bridgewater-Raritan

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Consistently a hitter, Tucker Voelbel was 3 for 4 with 3 singles in Mondays match against Bridgewater. Credits: Mary Axelson
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Nick Danna pitches almost entire game against Bridgewater-Raritan on Monday. Credits: Mary Axelson
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Brandon Alfonso crosses the plate for the first run of the game against Bridgewater-Raritan. Credits: Mary Axelson
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A single for Jared Shimenti Credits: Mary Axelson
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On base after a great bunt from Brian Dachowski. Credits: Mary Axelson
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Donavan Brady with a single. Credits: Mary Axelson
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Thomas Darling had a double and closes the game against Bridgewater.
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ROXBURY, NJ - The Roxbury High School baseball team lost a heartbreaker Monday to Bridgewater-Raritan, letting the contest slip from their grip in the final inning.

The Gaels led 2-0 going into the seventh, having scored a run in the fifth and another in the sixth. But the Panthers rallied in the seventh for the win, scoring three runs.

The loss brings Roxbury's record to 5-3. The Gaels travel to Parsippany today for a 4 p.m. game.

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