Big Walnut’s Nick Moser steals second base while East Knox Nick Remillard awaits the throw from the catcher in the sixth inning of Tuesday’s nonconference game. It was Moser’s seventh stolen base of the game, tying a school record and coming one shy of the state record.

Bill Davis/News Big Walnut’s Nick Moser steals second base while East Knox Nick Remillard awaits the throw from the catcher in the sixth inning of Tuesday’s nonconference game. It was Moser’s seventh stolen base of the game, tying a school record and coming one shy of the state record. Buy Now

 


HOWARD — The East Knox Bulldogs are on the verge of a possible Mid-Buckeye Conference crown. But before they go after that, they had a nonconference diversion Tuesday.

It wasn’t just any diversion.

Big Walnut came to town with some of the fastest players in the Central District. One of them, Nick Moser, tied a team record with seven stolen bases — one shy of the all-time state record. The Golden Eagles stole nine bases in all as they ran away — literally — with a 12-1 six-inning run-rule victory.

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