Clyde’s baseball team got off course early allowing three unearned runs in the first inning of Friday’s 3-2 Sandusky Bay Conference loss to Perkins.
“We came out flat,” Fliers’ head coach George Parks said. “We just weren’t ready to go. We gave up three unearned runs in the first-inning and that was it.”
Jacob Robinett pitched well despite the rocky first frame. He allowed just two hits and no earned runs over six innings.
“[Robinett] threw just 75 pitches,” Parks said. “He battled and did a great job keeping us in the game, but we were just one unearned run short.”
Nate Gittinger doubled for Clyde (6-5, 0-1).