Eagles wrap up tournament play

Photo by David Kapitan

John Adams finished Canton’s run at the Midlothian Heritage Tournament on a high note, going 2/2 at the plate with 3 RBI and a run scored.

The Canton Eagles took part in their final tournament of the 2017 season March 9-11, taking the field four times during this year's Midlothian Heritage Tournament.

Canton finished the event with a 3-1 record overall, scoring big wins over Lake Worth, Kennedale and Castleberry with their only loss coming to the tournament hosts.

The Eagles began play with a pair of dominant shutout victories March 9, rolling past Lake Worth 18-0 and Kennedale 4-0 in complete team efforts.

Johnnie Krawietz got the win for the Eagles against Kennedale, striking out four while allowing just six hits in 6 1/3 innings of work.

Offensively, the Eagles got 2/3 games from both Simon Miller and Cade Shaw. Miller led Canton with 2 RBIs, and Krawietz and John Adams added one each.

The Eagles suffered their only loss of the tournament March 10, 11-1, at the hands of host Midlothian Heritage.

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