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Hagerty travels to Lake Mary for top-ranked Super Six ball showdown

Bragging rights are all that’s during interest when a tip ball teams in a area strife Tuesday in Seminole County.

Hagerty (17-3), ranked No. 1 in a Sentinel Super Six, visits No. 2 Lake Mary (16-2) during 7 p.m. for a third assembly this deteriorate between a non-district opponents.

The Huskies won 6-1 in a preseason afterwards rallied from 3 runs down to win 7-6 on Feb. 22. But a programs have seemed to deposit in conflicting directions ever since.

Lake Mary enters a diversion carrying won 14 in a quarrel while Hagerty, that has mislaid dual of a past five, stairs between a lines for only a fifth time in 25 days given losing 4-2 to Montverde Academy on Mar 23.

“We haven’t played a lot of games given open break, so it’s good for us to get this diversion in opposite a peculiarity opponent,” Hagerty manager Matt Cleveland said. “It’s a fun event to play a group that’s on glow and hasn’t mislaid in a while.”

The Huskies enter a diversion batting .311 as a group with 35 extra-base hits.

The intriguing matchup is magnified by a laxity between players and coaches. Cleveland and Lake Mary’s Jeff Perez, in his third deteriorate with a Rams, any manager Florida Travel Baseball teams in a offseason.

Hagerty outfielder and Riley Greene, a University of Florida commit, will play for Perez again this summer.