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Warriors can't slide by Orioles, NG holds off Pec's late rally
Black Hawks Brody Milz avoids the tag of Argyles Miken Godfrey on a pickoff attempt in the bottom of the first inning of a game played April 24 in South Wayne. Argyle won 6-4. (Times photo: Adam Krebs)
SOUTH WAYNE - It took a few innings, but Argyle found a way to break through and knock off Black Hawk in a Six Rivers East game Tuesday, 6-4. The Warriors scored two runs in the first inning to take the lead after a couple of walks and an error. Argyle struck for three runs in the top of the third, only for Black Hawk to tie it at 3 in the bottom half of the inning.