BELTON Blayten Magana understands the plan.
He understands he won't strike out 10 batters every night like some of his Belton pitching predecessors that have gone onto the next level like Baylor's Dillon Newman. But he knows what he has to do to get his team a win. "I have been working with my coaches and looking at scouting reports," Magana said. "That is the big thing. I look at it at home, study it and find the spots I am supposed to hit and follow the plan."
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