Winner/Colome amateur baseball team was able to score more runs than Mt. Vernon in a 4-2 victory last Tuesday in Winner.
The Pheasants scored early in the first inning. Reed Harter’s double on a 1-1 count scored a run. In the third inning, the Pheasants added two more runs and were up 3-0.
Mt. Vernon scored runs in the fourth and ninth innings.
The Pheasants scattered 11 hits in the game. Dillon Lambley, Austin Richey and Reed Harter all managed multiple hits in the Sunshine League game.
Lambley led the team at the plate as he was 3-5 with two doubles.
Connor Hopkins pitched the Pheasants to victory. He lasted six and two-thirds innings allowing two hits and one run while striking out 14.
Harter threw two and a third innings in relief.
Luke Tiesler took the loss for Mt. Vernon.
Winner/ Colome did not commit an error in the game.
Winner/Colome vs. Emery
Winner/Colome used 12 hits to explode for nearly 20 runs in a 19-5 victory over Dimock/Emery on Thursday.
Derek Graesser, Austin Calhoon ad Zach Harter all finished with two hits and two RBIs. Lakin Neugebauer finished 2-5 with three RBIs. Reed Harter also drive in a pair of runs.
J. J. Farner struck out nine over seven innings of pitching and held the Raptors to nine hits.
Winner/Colome 9-Parkston 7
Despite a rain and lighting delay Friday at Leahy Bowl, the Pheasants came up with a 9-7 victory over Parkston in Sunshine League action.
The game was tied at seven with the Pheasants batting in the bottom of the eight inning when Chandler Bakley singled scoring two runs.
Both offenses were strong at the plate as the Pheasants collected 14 hits and the Parkston Mudcats had 8.
The Pheasants notched five runs in the seventh inning. The rally was led by a triple by Reed Harter, a single by Tarrell Bauld and a home run by J. J. Farner.
Bakley, Dillon Lambley, Farner and Austin Richey had multiple hits for Winner/Colome.
Reed Harter took the win for the Pheasants. He pitched the final two innings. Starting on the mound for the Pheasants was Tarrell Bauld who pitched seven innings.
Winner/Colome 9-Platte 2
Winner /Colome amateur baseball team capped off a very busy week of baseball Sunday at Leahy Bowl as they defeated Platte 9-2. The local team improved their record to 11-2.
Winner/Colome put up three runs in the fourth inning and four runs in the sixth inning.
Dillon Lambley and Zach Harter each had RBIs in this frame.
Both Lambley and Reed Harter were 2-5 with Brendan Kamerzell, 2-4 and Austin Calhoon, 2-3.
Connor Hopkins pitched all nine innings with 11 strikeouts.
Derek Soukup took the loss for Platte.