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Kerr shuts down Senators, 2-1

RENO — Piecing together pitching and hitting can be difficult, as the Carson Senators found out Tuesday afternoon. After scoring 15 runs against Hug on Saturday, the Senators were stymied on four hits by Hug lefty Raymond Kerr and dropped a 2-1 decision to drop to 5-5 in league play. Kerr fanned 12 and hit a batter in setting down Carson. Other than the third inning, when Carson scored its only run, the Senators only got one runner past second base. “He threw a very good game,” Carson coach Bryan Manoukian said of Kerr. “He made big pitches when he …

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