PHOTO GALLERY — W-P tops TigerScots in baseball cross-border battle

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Weston-McEwen's Aaron Speed beats the ball back to second base on the pick-off attempt to W-P's Zach Bartlow.

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Waitsburg-Prescott's Zach Bartlow, right, and Weston-McEwen's Aaron Speed face off at second base with Speed making it safely back to the bag on the pick-off attempt.

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Freezing fans endured frigid temps in Athena, Oregon Thursday afternoon as Weston-McEwen took on Waitsburg-Prescott in a boy's baseball game.

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W-P's Justin Zuger churns his way safely to first against the Tigerscots Thursday in Athena.

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Weston-McEwen's Aaron Speed takes a lead-off look from third base at the pitch from Waitsburg-Prescott.

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Weston-McEwen's Aaron Speed beats the first base pick-off attempt.

ATHENA - Waitsburg-Prescott came away with a border-battle win over Weston-McEwen, winning the season-opening baseball game 7-4.

Temperatures were cold for players and fans, which caused more errors on the field, said W-M coachT.J. Haguewood.

The TigerScots had five errors to W-P's one.

The TigerScots have another shot at their first win at the Riverside Tournament on Monday.

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