Butler County Times Gazette
  • Lions split a pair with Chaparral

  • The Bluestem Lions continued their road trip on Monday vistiting host Chaparral.
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  • The Bluestem Lions continued their road trip on Monday vistiting host Chaparral.
    The Lions dropped their first contest of the season in their first game against Chaparral wasting a solid pitching effort from Cody Easterday in the 4-0 shut out loss.
    “We left too many runners in scoring position early in the game. I was disappointed in our effort to make a play. We are better than we produced in this game,” said Bluestem head coach Mark Womacks.
    The Lions had only 3 hits and conceded 4 errors in the ball game.
    Easterday went 5.2 innings scattering 6 hits and striking out 9, allowing only 1 walk and no earned runs. Cooper Minnick went 1/3 of inning with a strike out.
    The Lions bounced back in game two to win 4-2 behind a solid pitching performance from John Stiger.
    Stiger went 6.2 innings, scattering 4 hits, and two walks while striking out 5. Nick Saia went the remain third with a strike out.
    “Great energy in this game. I was impressed with how we responded following Game 1's issues,” said Womacks.
    At the plate Cooper Minnick went 2-4 and Lane Moran was 1-3 with 2 rbi.
     
    Game 1
    BL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0R 3H 4E Cody Easterday, Cooper Minnick(6) and Cooper Minnick, Lane Moran(6)
    CH 0 0 0 0 3 1 X - 4R 6H 1E Hightree and Dickey
     
    Game 2
    BL 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 - 4R 8H 3E John Stiger, Nick Saia(7) and Minnick
    CH 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 - 2R 4H 1E Duwe and Dickey
     
     
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