Bill Davis/News Utica shortstop Brandon Cochran, left, tags out Newark Catholic’s Noah Fodor attempting to steal second while Utica second baseman Garrett Meyers, top, backs up the play during the second inning of Monday’s Licking County League game. The Redskins won, 11-7.

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Utica shortstop Brandon Cochran, left, tags out Newark Catholic’s Noah Fodor attempting to steal second while Utica second baseman Garrett Meyers, top, backs up the play during the second inning of Monday’s Licking County League game. The Redskins won, 11-7. Request this photo

 

UTICA — Newark Catholic lost 11 players from last year’s state championship baseball team.

Don’t expect Utica coach Bren Henderson to feel sorry for them.

“We lost eight starters ourselves,” he said.

The two Licking County League rivals met in Utica on Monday, with the Redskins getting the upper hand, 11-7. The victory ended a three-game streak of victories by the Green Wave over Utica, and marked Newark Catholic’s fourth straight loss on the season.

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