Butler County Times Gazette
  • Circle takes on Rose Hill at home

  • The Circle Thunderbirds baseball team earned a split with the Rose Hill Rockets, falling in their first game 14-11 but coming back to win their second game to run-rule the Rockets 10-0.
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  • The Circle Thunderbirds baseball team earned a split with the Rose Hill Rockets, falling in their first game 14-11 but coming back to win their second game to run-rule the Rockets 10-0.
    The T-Birds got a three-hit, three-rbi game from Cameron Kifer but it proved to be not enough.
    Kaden Fowler had two hits including a triple with two rbis.
    Chase Ellison added a hit and two rbis as well in the high scoring affair.
    The Thunderbirds wasted little time in their second game dispatching Rose Hill in five innings in a 10-0 shut out victory.
    Circle scored 7 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to put a quick end to the game.
    Braden Kirkpatrick, Alan Longshaw and Tanner White each had two hits, Kirpatrick with two doubles and Longshaw with a double and a triple
    Longshaw drove in four rbis, Kirkpatrick had two rbis and Garrett Hutson added a rbi in the win.
    The Thunderbirds are 5-3 this season and host Wellington on Monday.

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