The 30-something degree weather didn’t stop Port Huron baseball from getting in a doubleheader.
The Big Reds shipped down to Fraser for a pair of games, splitting them with a 6-5 loss and an 8-5 win.
In the first game, Jayson LaRowe led the offensive attack with 2-for-4 hitting, and Brian Haynes also went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases. However, Fraser’s hot start with three runs in the first inning got the game started in rocky fashion for Port Huron.
The second game was more to the Big Reds’ liking as Shawn Schomburg got the win in relief and Dallas Mitchell came in for the save.
At the plate, Curtis Corby went 2-for-4 with three steals, Clark went 1-for-2 with two walks and two steals and Lank Green went 2-for-3 with two RBI.
Considering the limited practice time Port Huron has gotten with the winter-like weather, head coach Kyle Sheppard saw some positives bouncing back from last Wednesday’s loss to Marine City.
“Jumping from the Marine City game, I think we had a great approach at the plate today,” Sheppard said. “We had 14 hits today, and I think we had six or seven loud outs. We also stole 15 bases today too.”