Maroons edge Teutopolis, split with Olney in summer league action
Posted on June 13, 2022
Although high school baseball season ended just a couple of weeks ago for area teams, many were back on the diamond this week to play in a new summer league that was recently created. Among those teams playing in the new Southern Illinois Prospect League is Robinson, who opened play Monday with a rain-soaked win over Teutopolis (3-2), then split games at Olney Wednesday, losing the opener 6-4 and winning the second game 6-3.
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