Naperville North stays composed, beats Batavia

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Throwing strikes and getting ahead of hitters are two of the most important qualities for any pitcher.

The ability to remain composed when things aren’t going your way also helps.

Naperville North senior right-hander Mark Khoury (1-0) refused to be rattled by his team’s defensive miscues, allowing just 1 run on 3 hits in 6 innings of work during the Huskies’ 7-4 nonconference baseball triumph over Batavia (1-2) Thursday morning at Pfund Field in Wheaton.


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