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Raiders split lopsided games with Green River

Jun 20, 2012 By Bruce Tippets, Sports Editor

Riverton manager Jeremy McCormick didn't like how his Raiders played on Tuesday in a 14-1 American Legion baseball loss to Green River in the opening game of ...


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Riverton Raiders Nick Esposito, left, and Nate Hatfield smiled as assistant coach Aaron Taylor (17) congratulated pitcher Gerald Childers with a chest bump after a strong inning in Riverton's 12-2 win against Green River on Tuesday at Roy Peck Field. The Raiders lost the first game of the doubleheader against the Knights, 14-1. Photo by Jamie Drendel

Riverton Raiders Nick Esposito, left, and Nate Hatfield smiled as assistant coach Aaron Taylor (17) congratulated pitcher Gerald Childers with a chest bump after a strong inning in Riverton's 12-2 win against Green River on Tuesday at Roy Peck Field. The Raiders lost the first game of the doubleheader against the Knights, 14-1. Photo by Jamie Drendel


Riverton Raiders Nick Esposito, left, and Nate Hatfield smiled as assistant coach Aaron Taylor (17) congratulated pitcher Gerald Childers with a chest bump after a strong inning in Riverton's 12-2 win against Green River on Tuesday at Roy Peck Field. The Raiders lost the first game of the doubleheader against the Knights, 14-1. Photo by Jamie Drendel

Riverton Raiders Nick Esposito, left, and Nate Hatfield smiled as assistant coach Aaron Taylor (17) congratulated pitcher Gerald Childers with a chest bump after a strong inning in Riverton's 12-2 win against Green River on Tuesday at Roy Peck Field. The Raiders lost the first game of the doubleheader against the Knights, 14-1. Photo by Jamie Drendel

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