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|Monterey jumps into tie with Forest|
Monterey High jumped into a tie for first place in District 3B by defeating Forest 6-5 in the 10th inning as Brian Calkins scored on a passed ball.
The two teams split during the season and both have one loss in district.
Forest beat Monterey 12-2 in their first meeting.
Forest closes out district against Epps, while Monterey plays at Kilbourne Thursday.
Jared Ensminger pitched all 10 inning for the Wolves, who are short-handed on the mound after Billy Metcalf was hit in the face by a pitch last week, suffering a broken nose among other facial injuries.
Ensminger struck out 12 Forest batters, allowing only six hits, walking five.
Monterey tied the game at 5-5 in the bottom of the third inning with four runs as Austin Lipsey and Ross Lipsey had back-to-back singles and Jon Lipsey added a single.
Austin Lipsey led the Wolves at the plate with two singles.
Monterey remained in the thick of the District 3B race with an impressive 20-3 win over Epps Thursday in Epps.
The Wolves put the game away early with 12 runs in the first inning with Beau Shively delivering a 2-run double in the rally.
Shivley went 3-for-4 with four RBIs.
Austin Lipsey picked up the win for Monterey (8-10, 3-1) as he pitched two innings of no-hit ball while striking out three and walking two.
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