Six Nations Atom Boys fall short vs. Fisherville

Six Nations Atoms Bry Van Every displays that strong athleticism in hustling down the first base line during what was a home loss against Fisherville. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News Judging from the laughter, smiles and enthusiastic high fives, it’s safe to conclude that Six Nations Atom’s ball is a roaring success. While they might have dropped a recent 9-6 home decision against Fisherville, that didn’t dampen the Six Nations teams enthusiasm as they discover that passion for playing ball. With no hesitation first year player Brogan Martin, who is only 9 years-old replied, “Hitting the ball,” when asked what he likes best about playing ball. After a slight pause he then said, “And running the bases.” In what was shaping up to be a real pitching duel, Six Nations who had Kaleb Restoule and Bry Van Every on the hill, found themselves trailing 1-0 in the second when they employed their running game which…

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