Lucas, shorthanded Wilcats clip Hornets

The New Bloomfield Wildcats roster was scratched up. Two players were sick; two had injured hands; two were ineligible.

That, unfortunately, left the Wildcats — the defending Class 2 state champions — and head coach Brandon Talbot with 10 available players against the Fulton Hornet on Thursday night.

“You only need nine,” Talbot said with a chuckle. “And we used all 10 of them.”

Senior pitcher Skylar Lucas — starting in a spring baseball game for the first time in his prep career — battled seven innings, threw 107 pitches and made it all stick for shorthanded New Bloomfield as it outlasted Fulton 3-2 at FHS Field.

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