BY FRED GUARINO | Selma Sun Staff
“I feel like I got robbed.”
That’s how Morgan Academy pitcher Jeremy Lee described losing his senior year of baseball to the coronavirus that closed schools on March 19.
“It really stinks,” Lee said. “You work your whole life to play your senior year because it’s supposed to be your best year. I think I got to play eight or nine games, and it feels like I got robbed.”
But in one of those games, Lee struck out 20 of 22 batters on the way to a 7-0 no–hit win over Fort Dale at home on Tuesday, March 10. He said after the game that Morgan had a lot of “momentum.”
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