Spartans no longer undefeated | Sumner Baseball

The Sumner Spartans baseball team lost its first game of the season Wednesday. Sumner lost 3-1 to Fife.

Sumner's Christian Parsons pitches during the Spartans 11-1 win over Fife Thursday.

The Sumner Spartans baseball team lost its first game of the season Wednesday.

Sumner lost 3-1 to Fife.

The Spartans faced off against the Trojans again Thursday and this time beat them 11-1.

Sumner is now in second place behind White River with a league record of 7-1 and an overall 10-1 record.

The boys will host Franklin Pierce next at 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 15.

For results and recaps, continue to check the Courier-Herald’s website.

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