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ARDEN HILLS, Minn. (CBS) – The end of a high school baseball tournament game is attracting a lot of attention, and not for the final score.

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Ty Koehn, the pitcher for Mounds View High School in Minnesota, struck out Totino-Grace’s last batter of the game. But as his teammates celebrated, Ty ran to hug the batter, his childhood friend Jack Kocon.

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Ty said it was the right thing to do, and his friend will never forget it.

“I told him I loved him and he’s my brother and our friendship will always last longer than this silly game,” said Ty.

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Ty’s teammates at Mounds View are kidding him, and grabbing their own hugs as they practice for the next game in the state tournament.