Marlborough baseball narrowly beats Nashoba

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Photo by/Dakota Antelman
A Marlborough player watches as his teammate moves to tag a Nashoba baserunner attempting to steal second base.

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor

MARLBOROUGH – The Panthers baseball team walked off with a win in atypical fashion, May 20. 

Tied 3-3 with Nashoba with one out in the eighth inning, Marlborough’s Ryan Dillon indeed drew a walk to force home the winning run and end the game.

The matchup was a back and forth affair from its early pitches onward as both teams traded runs in the second inning. Marlborough pulled ahead with a run in the third inning, but saw that lead turn into a one run deficit after Northborough scored in both the fourth and fifth inning. 

Evening the score in the sixth inning, Marlborough secured its win before a home crowd at Bauks Field in town.