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Huskies Outlast Rox In Four Hour Marathon Saturday

Photo via St Cloud Rox on Facebook

The St. Cloud Rox fell to the Duluth Huskies 8-7 in twelve innings Saturday night at Joe Faber Field. The game lasted 4:02 and featured a combined 15 runs on 31 hits with eight errors between the teams.

Adam Martin and Devin Pearson each had three hits for the Rox, and Charlie Morgan smacked a two-run home run to pace the team with a pair of RBI.

Reese Gregory steadied the pitching staff with two scoreless innings of relief with four strikeouts. Sauk Rapids native Jason Hoppe took the loss for St. Cloud after allowing a run in the top of the twelfth.

The Rox and Huskies play again Sunday night at 5:05 at Joe Faber Field.

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