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In a busy last week of the regular season, the Saline baseball team took four of five games and improved to 31-6 overall on the season.

The Hornets opened the week by falling to Ypsilanti Lincoln 2-0.

The Saline bats were silenced as Lincoln pitching limited the Hornets to just three hits, with Ian Furlong, Cole Kreuzer, and Caleb Helmer getting the only hits for Saline.

Brandon Wise took the tough loss, allowing just two runs on five hits and striking out six on the hill for the Hornets.

On a wild day Thursday, the Hornets completed three games and picking up wins in each one.

Saline opened the day by finishing a suspended game with Skyline and winning 5-4.

Helmer broke a 4-4 tie with a RBI single in the sixth to give the Hornets the win.

Wise led the offense with two hits and one RBI, while Hunter Easton had two hits. Helmer and Johnny Arvai added a hit and RBI each.

Kreuzer picked up the win, striking out eight.

Saline then completed the three-game series with Lincoln, taking the second game 7-2.

The Hornets trailed 2-1 heading to the seventh, but rallied for six runs, with the big blow being a grand slam by Wise to put Saline up 7-2.

Wise finished with two hits, including the grand slam and four RBI. Arvai had two hits and one RBI and Reed Muir a hit and two RBI.

Kreuzer earned his second win of the day with three innings of relief pitching, striking out four.

The Hornets finished off the three wins by taking the last game 10-3 over Lincoln.

Furlong had a huge game at the plate with four hits, including a pair of doubles and six RBI.

Wise had two hits and an RBI and Noah Reeves two hits and two runs scored. Helmer added two hits and two RBI, Austin Abbate and Devin Lilley a hit and run scored each, and Muir a hit and three run scored.

Matt Mareno earned the win on the mound with three strikeouts and allowing three hits.

The Hornets closed out the week by blanking Chelsea 5-0 Friday.

Ryder Concannon was nearly unhittable for five innings for the Hornets. The freshman struck out seven and allowed just one hit for the win on the mound.

Arvai led the offense with three hits and a run scored, while Wise had two hits and two RBI.

Muir finished with two hits and a run scored, Abbate two hits and a run scored, and Reeves a hit and two RBI.

The Hornets host the D1 district Saturday and will take on Ann Arbor Pioneer at 12:30PM.

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