Improved defense in second game gives Three Rivers JV DH split

DOWAGIAC — Three Rivers cleaned up its performance on defense in the second game to beat Dowagiac 12-8 and earn a doubleheader split Tuesday.
Dowagiac beat Three Rivers 12-2 in the opener.
Chad Coney’s Wildcats, now 13-10 overall and 8-6 in conference play, committed seven errors on defense in the first game.
Parker Ellifritz started on the mound and faced 26 batters allowing eight hits, two walks with a pair of strikeouts in the loss for Three Rivers.
Colby Haase relieved Ellifritz facing the last five batters and allowing two hits.
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