Eisenhower baseball scores two dozen runs and rolls over Hutchinson
WICHITA, Kan. (Catch it Kansas) - The first of a doubleheader for Eisenhower against Hutchinson at Hobart-Detter Field.
Tigers already up 14-1 in the fourth inning. Cory Gleason lined one down the left field line and Tyner Horn came in to score bumping Ike up 15-1.
Carson Adams hit it straight up the middle and the ball bounced off the shortstop’s glove and got away from him. Jason McCarty crossed the plate and made it an 18-1 Tiger lead.
The ball stayed infield for Owen Rush as the third basemen came in for the scoop but he missed it and Rush was safe at first.
Noah Stevens chopped it to Myles Thompson. Thompson threw to Kanon Krol to get the out at second but the double play was too slow to the bag at first. Stevens was safe.
Ethan Eddy bounced into left field and Adams came home to give Eisenhower a 19-1 advantage.
Going through the whole lineup in this single inning, Horn dropped into right field. Cael Sanderson and Eddy both scored. Tigers were up by 20 runs.
And it was a 10+ run inning for Eisenhower with this run from Mason Turney. They go on to beat Hutchinson 24-1 final.
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