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In a pickle: Miners too slow cracking Hibell's riddle

June 14, 2012

BROOKVILLE — When the Rossiter Miners and the Brookville Grays met in Federation League action May 31, Brookville starter Craig Hibell allowed four runs and was charged with a loss in Rossiter's 4-1 victory. Thurs- day evening in Brookville, Hibell earned his revenge, holding the Miners scoreless through five and earning the win with help from closer Ryan Barrett, as the Grays eked out a 3-2 victory over Rossiter.

After the game, Rossiter head coach Jim Dunlap said he knew from the beginning what the team's problem was: They came out flat.

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