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Rox Suffer Third Straight Loss Wednesday

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The Rox fell to the Waterloo Bucks 11-4 Wednesday night at Joe Faber Field in St. Cloud. The Rox managed 11 hits in the loss but came up short in the run column.

Eric Loxtercamp had his fourth straight three-hit game by going 3-5 and is now 16-35 in his last seven games with nine runs scored. Clay Ardeeser also had three hits in the game for St. Cloud.

St. Cloud is now 9-7 in the second half of the season and trail Eau Claire by one game in the North Division.

The Rox begin a series with the Duluth Huskies tonight at Faber Field. Josh Taylor will get the start for St. Cloud against Duluth’s Alex Winkleman. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05.

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