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Wolfe County High School Baseball Player, Dylan Creech has opened the 2011 baseball season up with a fury. In the first three games of the season, Dylan set a Kentucky High School Athletic Association record and tied a National Federation of State High School Athletic Associations record by hitting six home runs in six consecutive at-bats.
His feat started on Tuesday night, as the Wolves traveled to Menifee County to open the season up with a double-header with the Wildcats. In his first at-bat, he hit a single. We walked in his next two at-bats. In his next at-bat the streak got started with a solo homer. His next two at-bats also resulted in solo shots. The fourth homer of the night was a 2-run shot. The final plate appearance of the night was fitting, as Dylan crushed a Grand Slam over the right field fence. He finished the night by hitting 5 consecutive balls out of the park. The Wolves split the double header with the Wildcats, dropping the first game and winning the second.
The third game of the season saw the Wolves travel to Cordia to take on the Lions. In the first inning, Creech picked up where he left off on Tuesday by hitting a home run to center field to put the Wolves on the board. That homer set the state record and tied the national mark. In his remaining four plate appearances, he was intentionally walked three times and drew an additional walk. The Wolves won the game 10-6, after a gutsy hitting performance in the top of the seventh inning.
Saturday, the Wolves opened up the home slate with a game against Model. In Creech’s first plate appearance, he hit into a fielder’s choice, to bring his amazing streak to an end. Ironically enough, Creech hit another homer in his second at-bat. The Wolves came up short in the game with the Patriots.
We are extremely proud of Dylan and his teammates for these accomplishments. It is great to see Wolfe County mentioned on the local, state, and national scene.

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