Whatever lingering frustration followed the Roseburg High baseball team from its series loss against Grants Pass to Legion Field on Tuesday is likely gone. Not just because the Indians swept Ashland, the top-ranked team in the 5A ranks, but because a trend that should serve them well for the rest of the season is emerging: The Indians are hitting, and they’re suddenly hitting a lot. They compiled 26 hits against the Grizzlies, cruising to wins of 13-3 and 10-0 in contests that were shortened to six innings each. Since losing 1-0 to Grants Pass last Tuesday, the Indians (11-3 overall) …
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