Prairie Ridge tops Dundee-Crown in wacky game

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Prairie Ridge baseball coach Glen Pecoraro stood face to face with the home plate umpire, arguing his case.

Moments earlier, Wolves junior Jonathan Tieman was hit by a pitch and began trotting down the first base line. However, the umpire said he leaned into strike three and called him out.

“Well,” Pecoraro said. “Now I’ve seen everything.”

After Prairie Ridge’s wacky 7-4 win at Dundee-Crown on Tuesday, those who witnessed the game may have been thinking the same thing.

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