CAMBRIDGE – – Senior Carter Brown hit a three-run homerun and senior Jared Marty threw a total game in the Cambridge ball club’s 11-1 win over visiting Wisconsin Heights on Saturday in Capitol South play.
“We have an equation that incorporates throwing, guard and convenient hitting, and we had each of the three today,” Cambridge baseball trainer Larry Martin said. “Our repairmen were great at the plate and you saw the outcomes.”
In the lower part of the principal inning, rookie Clayton Stenjem singled and afterward took a respectable halfway point. Subsequent to making some real progress on a solitary by first year recruit Kiefer Parish, Stenjem scored after sophomore Carter Lund arrived at on a mistake.
“Clayton has quite recently a decent, sweet swing. He began the year on JV, and he won’t remain down there any more. He’s come up and he’s aided us,” Martin said.
Cambridge (7-11, 3-7 Capitol South) took a 3-0 lead after sophomore Owen Bernhardt scored Parish and senior Tucker Tesdal on a two-run single.
In the third, Wisconsin Heights scored a sudden spike in demand for a solitary. In the wake of getting a toss home, which was late in attempting to get the lead sprinter, Cambridge catcher Carter Lund tossed out a sprinter progressing to third.
“He’s a characteristic key catcher, which is the reason we rolled out the improvement toward the start of the year,” Martin said. “We had an all-meeting catcher back there, and we moved him to initially base since it would improve us protectively and essentially.”
Bernhardt multiplied in the lower part of the third, scoring Parish. Senior Jace Horton multiplied, which scored Bernhardt, and Brown sent off a three-run homer as the Blue Jays went up 8-1.
In the fourth, Lund singled home Tesdal, Horton hit a fielder’s choice to score Parish and sophomore Marco Damiani drove in senior Trevor Leto on a solitary, giving Cambridge a 11-1 lead.
That was a lot of run help for Marty, who struck out seven north of five innings of four-hit ball to acquire the choice.
CAMBRIDGE – – The Blue Jays energized for eight runs in the lower part of the 6th inning in a 12-5 home win over Rio on Friday.
Following Rio 4-0 in the third, senior Tucker Tesdal drove in the principal run on a twofold, scoring senior Carter Brown. In the fourth, seniors Jace Horton and Trevor Leto each scored on a wild pitch and sophomore Marco Damiani drove in green bean Kiefer Parish on a solitary, tying the game at 4-4.
After Rio scored a sudden spike in demand for a RBI groundout in the highest point of the 6th, Brown tied the game in the lower part of the casing on a solitary, scoring Damiani. Senior Jared Marty put the Blue Jays in the number one spot with a solitary, which scored sophomore Devin Schuchart.
With two out, Horton drew a bases-stacked stroll as the lead developed to 7-5. Sophomore Owen Bernhardt cleared the bases with a three-run triple, putting Cambridge up 10-5.
Blue Jay sophomore Carter Lund struck out the side in the seventh on the way to procuring the choice. He pitched four help outlines, fanning seven, while permitting a procured run on two hits.