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Miami Springs Hands Pines Charter Third Straight Loss

Pembroke Pines Charter has experienced a lot of success through the years under Manager Carlos Iglesias. One thing the program is known for under Iglesias’ tenure, is the ability to get better as the season goes on.

That will be something the Jags are focused on in the next couple weeks, as on Tuesday afternoon, they dropped their third straight game, 13-3 to Miami Springs, after starting the year 2-2.

“Miami Springs has a good hitting team, and they showed that today,” said Iglesias. “They were solid. You’re going to have games like this through the season where the other team just comes in and outplays you. They did that today, and you just tip your cap to them and move on to the next one.”

The Hawks got their offense going early in this one, scoring 11 runs in the first four innings. A fielder’s choice, a single by Magdiel Estevez, and a sacrifice fly off the bat of Samuel Camacho, gave the Hawks a 3-0 lead in the first.

After a Springs run in the second, Pines Charter battled back in the top of the third, with two runs of their own.

In the fifth, the Hawks put the game away with five runs. It was a combination of big hits, walks, and a couple errors that led to the big inning.

“Our guys did a good job at the plate tonight, said Fanshawe. “We took advantage of some of the opportunities that they gave us, and we created runs and big innings with some big hits. It was a good overall win.”

Pines Charter was not without some positives that came out of the game. Outfielder Justin Providence had the only two hits on the day for the Jags, going 2-for-3 on the day.

“Games like this can be good early in the year because they highlight what you really have to work on as a team,” said Iglesias. “We will get back to practice tomorrow, and Thursday and get ready to face Nova on Friday.”

Springs will also have a couple days of practice, before hosting 7-3 Archbishop Carroll on Friday afternoon.

“We battled through the early part of the year, with playing our preseason games, and our first five games on the road,” said Fanshawe. “It is nice to get a full week of games at home. We will get back to work at practice, and get ready for Archbishop Carroll later this week.”

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