Wednesday scoreboard: A’s, Cards put 11s on Saints, Brewers

Puget Sound Collegiate League baseball

Olympia Athletics 11, Lacey Saints 5
Hawks Prairie Cardinals 11, Tumwater Brewers 2

Trailing 5-3 heading into the top of the fifth inning, the Olympia Athletics sent 12 men to the plate scoring seven runs on seven hits including Rudy Leon’s (Spokane Falls) two out, two run double and the A’s cruised to an 11-5 decision over the Lacey Saints. Leon scored one batter later on a single by Ned Jones (Yakima College) and finished the night with two runs scored and three RBIs.

Markus Hinkle (Western Oregon) went 4-for-5 with four RBIs for the A’s while Josh Potter (Campbellsville University) collected three hits with a run and an RBI and Jose Acosta (Centralia College) drove in three runs with a double in first inning for the Saints.

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Hawks Prairie Cardinals catcher Lucas Gately (Gonzaga) drove in two runs on a single in the first inning, tripled in a run in the sixth and singled in another run in the seventh in an 11-2 win over the Tumwater Brewers. Brandon Grimsley (Murray State College) and Jeffrey Apigo (Skagit Valley College) each drove in a pair of runs for the Cards and Ethan Kalin (Lower Columbia CC) gave up one earned run on four hits while striking out six batters. Tyler Hiles preserved the win giving up just two hits over the final 3 2/3 innings.

Tanner Marty (Lower Columbia CC) picked up two hits including a double in the first inning for the Brewers. He then scored on a single by Spencer Dodd (Saint Martin’s).

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Posted on June 27, 2013, in Baseball, Hawks Prairie Cardinals, Lacey Saints, Olympia Athletics, Puget Sound Collegiate League, Tumwater Brewers. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. love baseball

    Why do you never say anything about the pitching

    • Because the pitching lines have been a little ugly this season. Hard to highlight a three inning, five earned run performance. But where it is warranted, I do. Also, the league is not assigning wins or losses to pitchers, so I don’t have even that as a stat to use.

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