HUMBOLDT — With two losses against Pittsburg Post 64 earlier this season, the A Iola Indians were hoping those two wrongs would turn into a right on Tuesday night at the Humboldt Sports Complex.
After a grueling tournament in Ottawa over the weekend and a nine-inning game in Richmond Monday night, the Indians were put to the test.
The Indians were able to muster a split with Pittsburg, with Nathan Louk coming in clutch for a walk-off single in the 10th inning of game 1. Iola was unable to garner that same magic in game 2, losing 5-3.
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