Jim Ned baseball continues undefeated season, coach credits his hair

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TUSCOLA, Texas (BigCountryHomepage.com Sports) — The second ranked and undefeated Jim Ned Indians dominated Sonora to get their playoff run started off on a good note.

With an astonishing 25-0 record, the Indians are red hot, and head coach Ryan Lewis thinks he knows why.

“That’s why this hair looks like this. I haven’t had a haircut, so it’s got to be the hair that’s all I can think. I hadn’t cut it since the season started,” Coach Lewis says. “It’s about these guys right here. They really are playing high quality baseball. We are pitching good, we are playing good defense.”

Pitcher Tate Yardley says he hopes they can keep it up.

“Now we are playing some of our best baseball that we’ve ever played here at Jim Ned. I think it’s awesome that we are beating teams left and right and keeping an undefeated season. I am hoping we keep it going all the way,” Yardley says.

The Indians continue the playoffs Friday night against Bowie in Glen Rose. Game one is at 8:00 and Game two is Saturday at 2:00.

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