(ST. JOSEPH) — The Missouri Western Baseball team couldn't wake-up the bats on Saturday night, falling to Central Missouri, 3-1.
The only run for Western came in the eighth inning when a wild-pitch allowed Andrew Curry to score.
Central Missouri held the Griffons to just one-hit on the day, thanks to a Conrad McMahon single in the first.
The Griffons look to avoid a sweep 1:00 p.m. Sunday at Spring Sports Complex.
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