Rain clears, Rebels and Lady Rebels go to action
- Last Updated on Thursday, 10 May 2012 18:50
- Written by Jason Musselman
The Rebels played host on Monday afternoon to Ridgewood in a rescheduled double header game. Despite heavy weekend rains, the game got underway as promised.
In game one, the Rebels were held scoreless and had only one hit, while Ridgewood posted three runs on five hits.
Cole VanWassenhove pitched all five innings, allowing two earned runs, two walks and three strike outs.
In the second game, the Rebels went on top early with three runs in the bottom of the first inning, 3-0, but Ridgewood answered back with four in the top of the second.
Ridgewood would score one more in the fifth inning for a 5-3 victory.
Bryce Paxson had two of the team’s three hits.
Evan Webber pitched for Stark County for the first 2.1 innings, allowing two hits, four runs, no earned runs, two walks and no strike outs. Ryne Daum pitched in relief, allowing one hit, one run, no earned runs, one walk and no strike outs.
The team is now 16-16 and 8-9 in the conference.
Saturday is Senior Day for the Rebels as they face Henry in a double header at 11 a.m. in Toulon.
Stark County will play as part of the Orion regional on Monday, May 14 at Woodhull against Ridgewood at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday in Oneida the Lady Rebels faced ROWVA and easily defeated them, 7-2.
Danielle Kenney had a two run homerun and Alysa Kohler had a two out, two RBI triple in the first inning to give Stark County four runs total.
Kenney doubled in the second inning for another RBI and Elizabeth Hippen singled for a RBI, 6-1 Stark County.
Finally Sam McGuire had a RBI single in the seventh for a 7-2 final.
At home in Wyoming on Monday, also in a double header against Ridgewood, the Lady Rebels came away successfully with two wins, 5-0 and 8-2.
Kenney RBI ground out and Hippen RBI ground out as well in the first inning.
Hippen RBi singled in the third and had a groundout RBI again in the fifth inning for five runs.
Alex Nusz pitched all seven innings, striking out six and walking just one.
In the second game, several Lady Rebel runners scored in the first inning on walks for a 5-0 advantage early on.
Later the team posted three more runs for a 8-2 victory. Hippen pitched all seven innings, striking out three and walking none.
The Lady Rebels are 16-15 on the season, 10-7 in the conference.
The team is home versus Monmouth-Roseville on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. and at Henry for a double header on Saturday.
Stark County will be part of the Wethersfield Regional and will host Williamsfield on Monday, May 14 at 4:30 p.m. The winner will play Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. versus ROWVA.