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Coming home

Foster’s Walker Owens crosses home plate following Coleman Biggs during Jackson Low’s RBI single in the first inning of Monday’s game against Clear Lake.

RICHMOND — Foster overcame two deficits in Monday’s 6-5 win against 6A Clear Lake for a bounce-back win.

Head Coach Mick Tosch felt a comeback win like Monday’s is precisely what his young team needs to see early in the season.

“It shows us that we can come back,” Tosch said. “All of our games have been close so far, so that’s good for later. It shows the guys that ‘yes, we can come from behind and win in these close ballgames.’”

Clear Lake started the game hot by scoring two runs in the opening frame.

Foster responded in the bottom of the first with Jackson Low’s two-run RBI single. Coleman Biggs’s RBI single in the second staked the hosts to a 3-2 lead.

Biggs led Foster in hits with three of the Falcons’ 10.

The Falcons fell behind again with a two-run third inning by Clear Lake.

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