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Bucks win their 6th in a row

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David Kerian drove in 2 runs and improved his league leading batting average to .414 as the Waterloo Bucks defeated St. Cloud 4-2 for their 6th straight victory.  The win moved the Bucks in to a first place tie with Willmar on top of the north division.

Kerian drove a ball in to the gap in right-center scoring Marcos Calderon for the first run of the ball game.  St. Cloud countered with a run in the third and a solo home run from Adam Martin in the 4th to take a 2-1 lead.

Kerian's second RBI came in the 5th with a single over the second baseman scoring Blake Hickman.  The Bucks drove in 2 more runs in the 7th while holding St. Cloud at bay to pick up the win.

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