Eisenhower downs Youngsville, 17-2

Times Observer Photos by Steve Younger Youngsville’s Keegan Mesel steals second under the tag of Kael Hunt of Eisenhower during Monday’s baseball game.
Times Observer Photo by Steve Younger Eisenhower’s infield gather for a chat before the start of an inning.

YOUNGSVILLE — Five players had three hits apiece, and Zane Alexander and Teagan Gray combined on a one-hitter as Eisenhower downed Youngsville, 17-2, in a five-inning baseball game Monday afternoon.

Gray, Jared Beers, Cole Chapman, Owen Trumbull and Zach Rohlin all had three hits; and Gray drove in four runs, Chapman plated three, and Beers and Kael Hunt drove in a pair for the winners.

Alexander worked two shutout innings before giving way to Gray, who fanned eight over his three innings of work. The Knights scored in every inning, including six in the top of the fifth.

The Eagles’ two runs came in the third frame.


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