Highland senior Grant Geppert pitches during his team’s 9-3 Class 3A Jerseyville Regional semifinal win over Civic Memorial on Wednesday of last week. Geppert was the starter in both of the Bulldogs’ regional wins to help catapult them to their first regional championship since the 2008 state championship season.
Highland senior Grant Geppert pitches during his team’s 9-3 Class 3A Jerseyville Regional semifinal win over Civic Memorial on Wednesday of last week. Geppert was the starter in both of the Bulldogs’ regional wins to help catapult them to their first regional championship since the 2008 state championship season. Courtesy photo
Highland senior Grant Geppert pitches during his team’s 9-3 Class 3A Jerseyville Regional semifinal win over Civic Memorial on Wednesday of last week. Geppert was the starter in both of the Bulldogs’ regional wins to help catapult them to their first regional championship since the 2008 state championship season. Courtesy photo

Prep Baseball: Bulldogs score first regional title since 2008

June 03, 2015 10:14 AM

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