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Updated: 03/09/2014 05:04:01PM

Indians capitalize on Jesuit errors for 4-3 win

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PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL

Brandon Elmy hits a grounder in the first inning, but the Jesuit infield beats him to first base.

PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL

Venice first baseman Rhett Dinka attempts to pick off Jesuit runner Jacob Mocny in the second inning of Friday night's game.

PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL
Venice Indians' player Ryan Miller, shown here collecting a base hit earlier this year, helped lead his team to a third place finish in last weekend's Perfect Game High School Showdown at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers.

PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL

Langston Provitt takes a base after being pegged in the back by Jesuit's pitcher during the second inning of Friday night's game.

PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL

Venice pitcher Brandon Elmy throws a strike to a Jesuit High School batter in the first inning of Friday night's home game.

By NATE COWAN

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The Venice Indians work the same formula to win most of their games. Score early, and let dominant pitching and defense carry you to victory.

Friday night while hosting the Tampa Jesuit Tigers, the Indians took advantage of some uncharacteristically poor Tigers’ defense and two wild pitches to score four runs in the seventh inning en route to a 4-3 win.

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