The Skyline baseball team swept the series with rival Huron last week.
The Eagles won games one and two at Huron on Monday, 6-3, 6-0, before completing the sweep with a 9-3 win on Wednesday at Skyline.
Eamon Horwedel was the winning pitcher in game one, giving up three earned runs on four hits, with eight K’s and two walks. Horwedel and fellow senior Sean Haddlesey both went 3-4 at the plate.
Horwedel knocked in two runs for Skyline, Haddlesey had one RBI. Colton Guntzviller collected the remaining three RBI with a bases-loaded single in the fourth inning. Clayton Skinner was the losing pitcher for the River Rats.
In game two, Skyline’s Jack Winger tossed a one-hit masterpiece in the Eagles’ 6-0 shutout win.
Winger had eight K’s and no walks for the game. At the plate, Colton Guntzviller knocked in three more runs, this time with a sacrifice fly and a two-run homer. Seniors Darryn Davis and Sean Haddlesey both collected doubles. Huron’s Hayden Glover took the loss.
In game three on Wednesday, Darryn Davis took the mound for Skyline, and tossed six scoreless innings for the Eagles, giving up five hits, while striking out five and walking just one before he was relieved by senior Charlie Decker in the seventh inning.
At the plate, Eamon Horwedel had a big day, driving in five runs with a two-run double and a three-run homer. Davis also drove in a run, and junior, Brian Scurlock, drove in two. Ben Chosid took the loss for Huron.
Story and photos by Lon Horwedel