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WATERLOO (KWWL) -

Baseball fans in Waterloo saw some Bucks history at Riverfront Stadium Monday night.

Jacob Stone threw 121 pitches, two walks, and seven strikeouts on his way to a no-hitter, the first ever nine-inning no-hitter in Bucks history. 

The Bucks of course took the win, beating the Thunder Bay Border Cats 8-0.

Stone has pitched 14 innings over two games for the Bucks. He has given up just one run and four hits, while striking out nine and walking six. He has a .64 ERA. Monday's game was his Riverfront Stadium debut.

In 1998, Brian Tarajack threw a seven-inning no-hitter for the Bucks against Brainerd.

The Bucks take on the Willmar Stingers Tuesday night at Riverfront Stadium. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 p.m.

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