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By JACKSON WILSON
Enquirer Democrat Reporter
No matter how talented a team may be, the players are still human.
After putting together a 16-game winning streak, the Carlinville baseball Cavaliers finally hit a wall last Friday and suffered their first defeat since Mar. 18 while in the midst of a busy conference stretch.
The string could’ve easily snapped on Apr. 23 against Vandalia, but a strong team effort on the mound helped keep Carlinville alive in an extra-inning thriller. The Vandals and Cavies traded a run in the opening frame. Then, the pitching war was