Varsity baseball battles Dayton

Varsity baseball battles Dayton

By Mary Granath Posted April 5, 2010

Lowry Baseball faced off against the Dayton Dust Devils March 26 and 27. The Bucks won the first game 6-3 but lost the second game 11-1. However, they battled back from this loss and won the third game 8-4.

Right fielder Ben Norfolk said the loss was because of, “a break down on defense.”

Bryan Noble pitched the first game with Anthony Chojnacki and Anders Pace pitching relief. Jace Billingsley split the second game with Alejo Alarcon, and Chojnacki started the third game with Pace once again coming in with relief and earning a save.

Mitch Pollock led with two hits in the first game, and Pollock and Pace were the only two with hits in the second game. In the third game, David Eastman led with two hits.

“We left too many runners on base and so we really need to work on getting a hit with runners in scoring position,” stated head coach Ron Espinola.

The Bucks are now 4-4 overall and 2-1 in league.

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