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Ehrlich successful in season debut for Hanover
February 27, 2012By Brandon Froedge of Crawfordsville High School
Three Athenian pitchers saw action at the collegiate level this past weekend.
Steven Rice made his third appearance, going 3.2 innings and striking out six batters in a 7-6 Vanderbilt loss to Oregon University. [FULL IHIGH ARTICLE]
Andrew Swart recieved a no decision in his second start as Wabash fell 7-5 to Capital. The senior went 5 innings, allowing seven hits while issuing one free pass to go along with four strikeouts. Of four runs plated against him, two were earned. The Little Giants split on the day, moving their mark to 2-3. [BOX SCORE]
A.J. Ehrlich made his first start of the spring for Hanover on Sunday in Orlando, Florida. The Panthers won the game to earn a sweep of the double header over the Milwaukee School of Engineering. The sophomore threw five shutout frames, allowing three hits, no walks, while striking out five.
In game one, Hanover's Mitch Hunnicutt (Seymour, Ind.) pitched a seven inning no-hitter to open the season in a 7-0 win. Hanover is 2-0 on the season. [HANOVER WRAP-UP]