MHS Baseball Team Blasts Three More Foes

Jason Neve elevates while celebrating a 9-2 win over Heritage on Monday April 9

Jason Neve elevates while celebrating a 9-2 win over Heritage on Monday April 9

Carey advanced to third on the error and stole home for the fifth run of the game, 5-0. "Those plays are what won us the game".

Deondre Fox took the pitching loss for Philadelphia.

Skyview could be the toughest competition in the league this year for the Papermakers, as the Storm finished third in state last season and has 12 players returning from last year's team. After a scoreless first inning, the Wildcats' Joseph Tanko picked up the first run on the day after being walked, followed by a single from Matthew Skazak and a double from Archer Charles that sent him home.

After a defensive first inning, Stonehill saw Quinn triple to right field in the top of the second and Orzechowski easily scored the sophomore with his single to center field, 1-0.

With one out, Reis blasted a two-run double, which extended East Providence's edge to 4-1. Self went all the way. Huron scored a pair of runs to bring the game within one.

Alex Kozlowski's sacrifice fly plated St. Pierre, but that would be all as Shelton stranded seven runners through three innings. Colin McMahon followed that up with an RBI single to give the Titans a four-run lead - and Whitehead's work on the mound did the rest. He did not allow a run and struck out four batters in a sharp performance.

Villaman allowed just one hit and walked none while striking out nine in the complete-game win.

Arab coach Chad Hudson was understandably disappointed. He has 43 strikeouts with just four walks.

Amity scored six runs on six hits in its second at bat. "We turned a double-play on them earlier in the game". "We got three seniors, the seniors are stepping up and playing but then the young guys are too".

"Guntersville deserved to win tonight". Kegan D'Aleo threw the other 1 1/3 innings, giving up no earned runs.

"John Michael Boles has had a phenomenal year", said Hudson. "It's hard when you've been practicing the last two days and everything's been going good and then in the last inning to have two bad errors". "I thought we did that today. But he competed and we were right there in the game".

The second game was also a win for pitcher Laynie Brown. "We haven't faced pitching like they have yet, but we just couldn't come up with that big hit when we needed it".

Drew Hudson, despite being a bit under the weather, pitched 6.3 innings for Arab, walking four and striking out four. The hurler held Marian to one hit over his 3.2 innings of relief.

"That shouldn't have been a three-run lead going into the bottom (of the inning)".

Emma Bohnenblust delivered a walkoff triple in the nightcap, clinching a one-run victory for the Falcons (4-2).

The win keeps Seguin's playoff hopes alive, as the team would have been knocked out of the race if they lost against Medina Valley.

The second game of the night was nearly indistinguishable from the first. That led to drinking a mixture of mustard and pickle juice.

"I think the talent is there", McLaury said.

After that, the Patriots (7-2) added 10 more runs and flirted with a mercy win in the sixth inning.

Ahyunte' Crosby knocked in the winning run in the sixth inning to lead the Tornadoes to victory.

Mote hit a three-run homer and drove in five runs in all. Junior Mason Lee ripped a double down the left field line to clear the bases.

"I told them to put this on me".

"It's nice to not have to play in the play-in game", Schall said.

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