May 7 Prep Baseball Roundup

May 7 Prep Baseball Roundup

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May 7 Prep Baseball Roundup

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RICHMOND 4

DE LA SALLE 3 (8 inn.)

Dan Fistler drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the eight inning to give Richmond the nonconference victory.

The Blue Devils trailed 3-1 heading into their half of the eighth, and scored three runs with two outs to pick up the win. Evan Kratt — who had two hits and two RBI — drove in Dillon McInerney to pull his team within one, and Connor Margosian drove in Kratt to tie the game.

On the next pitch, Fistler drove in Nick Gramzow for the winning run.

Matt Skoryanc had three hits on the day for Richmond, and started the game, striking out three and allowing one earned run and seven hits in seven innings. Fistler picked up the win in one inning of relief.

Richmond (17-4-1) returns to action Tuesday against Almont.

MARINE CITY 8

TOWER 0

Jarrett Mathison threw a complete-game shutout for the Mariners in the Macomb Area Conference Gold Division win, striking out five.

Jake Headlee had two doubles and scored two runs for Marine City (7-5), while Tanner Star and Zack Coverdill each scored a pair of runs.

Marine City returns to action Friday at Croswell-Lexington.

ST. CLAIR 11

MARYSVILLE 10

Marysville’s Kyle Cook had two home runs, but it wasn’t enough to top the Saints.

Ian Janssen picked up his first varsity win on the mound for the Saints, also going 2-for-2 at the plate. Gehrig Anglin was also 2-for-3 and Jared Ambrose had a homer for St. Clair, who is now 7-5 in the MAC Blue.

CROS-LEX 4-4

BAD AXE 2-10

Tyler Schmidt fired off 12 strikeouts in six innings in the Pioneers first win of the season. Luke Wilson earned the save for the Pioneers.

Andrew Boswell went 2-for-3 with a run and Dustin Johnston hit 1-for-3 and had two RBI.

In game two, Kaleb Mendoza hit 2-for-4 and Schmidt went 1-for-3 with a run. Dustin Johnston also had a double, a run and a RBI while Nick Forsberg went 1-for-3 with a double, two RBI and a run.

CAPAC 7-5

SANDUSKY 6-2

Jeff Opificius had the game-winning hit for Capac in the opener of the nonleague doubleheader, one of his three hits in the game.

Louis Aguinaga and Nick Geliske (who scored the winning run), each added two hits for the Chiefs.

Aguinaga added two more hits in the nightcap for Capac, while Marcus Sherman threw a complete game, striking out six.

Capac (7-9) has won five in a row, and returns to action Saturday when it hosts its own tournament.

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