Baseball team finishes second in Tri-County league

SPORTS Baseball runners upThe Whitehall Tri-County Middle League baseball team wrapped up a successful season finishing second overall.

The team, which won the East Division, suffered an 11-10 loss to Lake George in the championship game, held last Thursday in Hartford.

Whitehall was held in check through the first three innings as Lake George pulled out to an early 5-0 lead and went into the final inning trailing 11-6. But Whitehall battled back, cutting the deficit to a single run before Lake George recorded the final out to clinch their seventh consecutive Tri-County title.

Whitehall finished the season with an 8-4 record including a 9-2 win over Corinth that gave the team the East Division title.



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