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Schlimm has one-hitter, Crusaders shut out Clarion 3-0

May 30, 2013

Photo by Becky Polaski ECC's Brandon Schlimm went the distance on the mound on Wednesday for the Crusaders, allowing only one hit and shutting out the Clarion Bobcats.

ECC meets Rams today at Berwind Park for 9-A title
Elk County Catholic's Brandon Schlimm worked a no-hitter six and two thirds innings but still held on for a shutout in the second seeded Crusaders' 3-0 victory over the third seeded Clarion Bobcats on Wednesday afternoon in a District 9 Class A semifinal match-up at McKinley Field in Brookville.

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