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Lux’s no-hitter leads SGI to season-opening win over JFK

Jaime Dickinson photo Senior Cody Wells winds up on the mound for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

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Senior Cody Wells winds up on the mound for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

Jaime Dickinson photo Jarrett Wolf gets ready for the pitch behind the plate for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

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Jarrett Wolf gets ready for the pitch behind the plate for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

Jaime Dickinson photo Sean Barry scoops up a ground ball in the outfield for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

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Sean Barry scoops up a ground ball in the outfield for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

Jaime Dickinson photo Nick Emmick catches a pop fly at first base for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

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Nick Emmick catches a pop fly at first base for Springville during a baseball scrimmage against Pioneer on Wednesday, April 3.

SPRINGVILLE — Austin Lux started the Springville-Griffith Institute varsity baseball season with a no-hitter on Tuesday, striking out 10 JFK batters in a 7-1 victory for the Griffins.

Springville scored its seven runs on just three hits, led by Mike Sobota’s two.

“I think obviously the beginning of the year the bats are always a little tough,” Springville coach Joel Lux said. “Whenever it’s cold, the ball, it just doesn’t fly.”

In addition to the complete game no-hitter, SGI also didn’t let JFK back in the game with defense, committing just one error.

“As far as one error, I thought that was really good,” Lux added. “We played good defense and whenever guys got in scoring position, whether wes sacrificed or we stole a lot of bases, we scored some runs.”

Later this week, SGI was set to play Wednesday at Eden, and visit Tonawanda on Friday.

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