Pirates end season with 1-0 loss to Indians

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Players and coach have a mound conference during Friday nights game in Port Neches.

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Port Neches Groves scored the winning, and lone, run of the game on a steal of home in the bottom of the fifth inning.

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Pitcher Cory Kizer and Mason Brown confer during Fridays’ game against Port Neches-Groves.

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Second baseman Tanner Hales, #2, grabs a pop fly as shortstop Braiden Baker keeps his eye on the ball.

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Braiden Baker slides in to second base ans Zach Seigrest, foreground, heads to first.

The varsity Vidor Pirates’ baseball season ended Friday in Port Neches with a 1-0 loss to the Indians.

A scoreless affair for the first 4 innings, a steal of home in the bottom of the fifth was enough for the Indian win.

Port Neches tallied three hits in the game while Vidor’s Cory Kizer and Braiden Baker each had one hit apiece for the Pirates.

Kizer was on the mound for the Pirates, giving up three hits for one run with four strikeouts.

Port Neches allowed no runs on two hits with 14 strikeouts.

Neither team committed an error.

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