After Monday victory in Calhan, Dragons ranked 2nd in 2A baseball
As the Holyoke High School baseball team moves through its season, the Dragons are currently 13-1.
After a Monday, April 17, win against Calhan, Dragons are ranked second in the state for 2A baseball. With an RPI of .67, HHS trails Peyton High School’s .689.
In Monday’s nonconference game, HHS beat Calhan 15-6, drawing on five of the team’s six pitchers.
Holyoke 15, Calhan 6
The game got off to an even start, with neither team scoring in the first inning. Back at bat in the second inning, HHS came alive, scoring four runs. However, Calhan met the challenge and managed three runs, putting the score at 4-3 after two innings.
Caleb Deaver pitched the first two innings for HHS, facing 12 batters. He struck out two, walked four and allowed two hits and one earned run.
Brendan Mayden pitched the third inning. He struck out two of the four batters he faced and walked one.
The Dragons went on to score four runs in the fourth inning, extending their lead to 8-3.
Blake Mosenteen pitched the fourth inning. He faced five batters, struck out two, walked one and allowed one hit.
In the fifth inning, Holyoke scored one run and Calhan scored two, putting the score at 9-5. Tristan Sullivan pitched the fifth, facing five batters. He allowed one base on balls and one earned run.
Holyoke’s lead continued to grow in the sixth inning, when the team scored five runs. Gunnar Kroeger came in to pitch the last two innings. He struck out four of the 11 batters he faced. He also walked two and allowed three hits. Calhan had one earned run in the sixth, and brought the score to 14-6.
Dragons scored one last run in the seventh inning and held Calhan to its six runs, ending the game with a 15-6 win.
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