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BASEBALL: Trojans end season with loss to Chaparral

The Trojans lost their loser-bracket game of the double elimination tournament against Chaparral on Wednesday afternoon, 5-2.

The losing pitcher for the Trojans was junior Kyle Kral, who pitched five innings.

The Trojans had 6 hits and three errors. They were shut out until the seventh inning, when they scored their only 2 runs.

The game brings the Pahrump season to an end.

The Trojans finished the season with 21 wins and 13 losses, with an 8-6 conference record and a fourth place finish.

The team will lose the following seniors: Dylan Ault, Eduardo Gonzalez, Tyler Greene, Josh Mortensen, Eduardo Nunez, Carlos Rivera, Anthony Vega and Joseph Zarabozo.

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