Baseball Roundup: Skyline, Huron both split in non-league doubleheaders

 

After dropping the opener to St. Mary’s Catholic Central 15-2 on Monday, the Skyline baseball team bounced back with an impressive win in the nightcap. The Eagles rallied with a six-run fourth inning and then held on after St. Mary’s scored three runs in the top of the sixth.

Skyline had eight hits and an error in the win. They also scored a run in the third and two more in the fifth inning.

Drew Doheny had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and a run scored for the Eagles. Jack Yeung had two hits and scored a run and knocked in a run. Sam Winger, Dayton Stamper (double), Ben Zebrowski (three runs scored) and Addison Coquillard all had hits for Skyline.

Winger pitched the first three innings and allowed six hits, four runs and struck out a pair. Shogo Ito pitched two innings and allowed three runs on two hits with a strikeout. Alex Gerdenich pitched an inning and allowed just one hit while striking out one.

In the opener, St. Mary’s scored all 15 runs in the fifth inning after Skyline led 2-0. Each team had four errors in the game. Aaron Goldsmith, Yeung and Aedan Mulcrone had hits for the Eagles.

Huron baseball

The River Rats split a pair of one-run games with host Riverview on Monday.

In the opener, Huron fell behind 5-0 after the first inning and trailed 5-1 before scoring five runs in the top of the fourth inning. Both teams scored twice in the sixth inning. The River Rats pounded out 14 hits and had just one error in the game.

Kade Cupp had a huge game for Huron. He was 4 for 4 at the plate and had two RBI and scored two runs. One of his hits was a double. Matthew Wyderko (two doubles) and Taha Ebrahim (double, two runs scored) each had two hits.

Davis Malmer, Alex Cole, Hayden Glover, Richard Hurley, Ian Barritt and Jake Bernstein all had one hit apiece.
Cole went 5.2 innings and allowed seven runs on seven hits while striking out five. Malmer pitched in relief and had two strikeouts and allowed just one hit in 1.1 innings of work.

The Pirates won the first game 3-2. Huron scored two in the first inning and Riverview answered with three runs in the second inning. Cole had two hits while Malmer, Glover, Hurley and Ebrahim had one apiece.

Glover pitched all five innings, allowing three runs (none earned) on five hits with five strikeouts.

Baseball around the area:

Tuesday 04/09 –

+Pioneer (1-1) at Detroit Catholic Central (CHSL; 4-3-1) – 4pm DH

+Monroe at New Boston Huron

Wednesday 04/10 –

+AA Huron at Milan – 4pm DH

+Pinckney at Ypsilanti – 4:30

+Adrian at Chelsea – 4:30

+Jackson at Dexter – 4:30

+Tecumseh at Lincoln – 4:30

Thursday 04/11 –

+Pinckney at Holly (Flint Metro) – 4pm DH

+Plymouth (KLAA) at Saline – 4pm DH

+Monroe SMCC (Huron) at Monroe – 4pm DH

+Pioneer at Dexter – 4:30

Friday 04/12 –

+Blissfield (LCAA) at Tecumseh – 4pm DH

+Whiteford (CC) at Bedford – 4 / 4:30 DH

Saturday 04/13 –

+Canton (KLAA) at AA Huron – 11am DH

+Grand Ledge at Chelsea – 10am DH

+Detroit University Prep at Ypsilanti – 10am DH

+Allen Park (Downriver) at Lincoln – 11am DH

Monday 04/15 –

+AA Huron at Skyline – 4pm DH

+Saline at Pioneer – 4pm DH

+Bedford at Monroe – 4pm DH

+Jackson at Pinckney – 4pm DH

+Dexter at Chelsea – 4pm DH

+Adrian at Tecumseh – 4pm DH

+Ypsilanti at Lincoln – 4pm DH

 

 

 

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