Prep baseball: Paynesville’s Meyer tosses 5-inning no-hitter
PAYNESVILLE — Is this a rebuilding year for the Bulldogs or are they just rearranging?
Paynesville is a modest 2-2 with a nearly all-new line-up after walloping ACGC 13-0 on Friday, but indications are these boys can play.
Just ask the Falcons after they were buried by a nine-run Dogs’ second and ended up on the short end of a five-inning no-hitter pitched by Nathan Meyer, the lone full-time starter back.
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