Freshman Hedmark hurls Dundee-Crown past Burlington Central

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SHARE Freshman Hedmark hurls Dundee-Crown past Burlington Central

Elevated to the varsity, Dundee-Crown’s Eric Hedmark wasn’t sure he was going to get the opportunity to pitch in Friday’s nonconference baseball game against Burlington Central.

Not only did the freshman left-hander get a chance to pitch, he picked up the win in relief.

Hedmark, in relief of starter Matt Weichmann, hurled 4⅔ innings, gave up 2 runs on 4 hits in pitching the host Chargers to an 8-7 win.

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