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Warner baseball goes on 20-game winning streak

There might not have been any hotter team in all of baseball during March than the Warner University baseball team, which includes the Brighton Reservation’s Trevor Thomas.


From Feb. 22 to March 18, Warner reeled off 20 consecutive wins and moved up to 18th in NAIA rankings. The team from Lake Wales saw its streak end with a loss to Southeastern University – the nation’s No. 1 ranked NAIA team – on March 25.


Thomas, an outfielder, played in five of the games during the streak. He went 1-for-2 with an RBI and scored a run in 9-4 win against Grand View on March 3. Two days later, he drove in two runs – one via a single and the other on a bases loaded hit-by-pitch – in a 6-2 win against Siena Heights. The agribusiness major reached the end of March with a .233 batting average that included seven hits and five RBIs in 30 at-bats.


Warner entered April with a 28-9 record.

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