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|Dragons rule in playoff win|
The Mangham Dragons continued its winning ways with a resounding victory over West St. John in the first round of the 1A playoffs at home on Thursday.
Alan Williams opened the bottom of the first inning with a double to left center field and Karl Wiggers followed with a home run down the left field line to give the Dragons an early 2-0 lead. Jeb Bryan singled with one out, courtesy runner Jason Jarrette stole second and scored on Josh Wilson's double.
In the third inning, Wiggers doubled down the left field line, advanced to third on Tyler Everitt's single and scored on Bryan's ground out to short. Mangham put four runs on the scoreboard in the fourth when Thomas Gray singled and Alex Smart reached on an error. Williams then drove in Gray with a single and Wiggers followed with his second home run of the night to deep left-center field.
Mangham closed out the scoring in the fifth when Todd Duchesne homered to left-center field. Gray then singled and Smart again reached on an error. Williams then doubled to right to drive in Gray and Smart to make the final score 11-0. Mangham finished the game with 13 hits, 4 doubles and 3 home runs.
Williams (14-2) started and pitched three innings, allowing no hits and striking out 7 batters. Josh Wilson pitched the final two innings and allowed no hits and struck out 4.
Mangham faced St. Frederick's of Monroe in Mangham Tuesday at 5 p.m.. St. Fredericks survived to defeat Vermillion Catholic and advance into the second round by the score of 11-9.