HS Roundup: Robinson’s 7th-inning unmarried lifts Skyline baseball over Madison
At Melaleuca Field, Chandler Robinson’s two-out single inside the backside of the 7th scored Nick Layland with the current run as Skyline defeated Madison 10-nine on Monday afternoon. Madison trailed 7-3 within the third but rallied with a five-run 5th. The Bobcats sooner or later tied the game at nine-nine in the top of the 7th on an RBI single to middle via Jaden Schwab. However, the Grizzlies answered inside the bottom of the inning. Logan Taggart got the win in relief for Skyline, which has won three instantly to enhance to 3-1. The Grizzlies are at Minico on Thursday. Madison (0-2) plays Minico at Timberline High on Thursday at 1 p.M. And then performs Timberline at 6 p.M.
SKYLINE 10, MADISON nine Madison 0 0 three 0 five 0 1 – nine 11 four Skyline 0 4 2 1 2 zero 1 – 10 11 three MADISON – Pitchers: Rydalch 2.0 IP, 1 H, four R, 2 ER, three K, five BB; Berry 2.Zero IP, 6 H, 4 R, 3ER, 2 K, 2 BB; Flanary 2.Zero IP, 2, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 K, three BB; Schwab 0.2 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 K, 1 BB. Leading hitters: Schwab 2-4, Berry 2-4, Flanary 2-three, Sutton 2-2. 2B: Sutton. 3B: Berry. RBI: Schwab 2, Berry, Pena, Flanary, Fullmer. SKYLINE – Pitchers: Keaton Cushman four.Zero IP, 7 H, 7 R, 5 ER, zero K, 6 BB; Logan Taggart three.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 K, Four BB. Leading hitters: Nick Layland four-5, Chandler Robinson three-four. 2B: Layland 2. RBI:
Leyland 2, Taggart, Easton Taylor 3, Cruz Taylor, Robinson 2. HILLCREST 6, RIGBY 4: At Hillcrest, the Knights close out the Trojans over the final four innings to keep on for the win. Nathan Adams picked up the win with 4.2 innings of scoreless comfort. Caleb Harris knocked in a couple of runs for Hillcrest (three-2), and Jace Hansen completed 2 for 2 with a double and RBI. The Knights host Thunder Ridge at 3 p.M. Today. Rigby (zero-2) is at Capital on Thursday. HILLCREST 6, RIGBY four Rigby 3 01 zero 0 0 0 – four 2 1 Hillcrest 2 2 1 0 0 1 x – 6 7 2
RIGBY – Pitchers: McGwire Jepson four.0 IP, 6 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 2 K, 1 BB; Dayne Lounsbury 2.Zero IP, 1 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 K, 3 BB. Leading hitters: RBI: Trey Armstrong, Connor Martin, Kolby Osborn. HILLCREST – Pitchers: Dallin Weatherly 2.1 IP, zero H, four R, four ER, 4 K, 8 BB; Nathan Adams four.2 IP, 2 H, zero R, 0 ER, 5 K, zero BB. Leading hitters: Jace Hansen 2-2. 2B: Bracken Mason, Hansen. RBI: Hansen, Carson Tubb, Caleb Harris 2.
Last Wednesday and Thursday (March 20-21), the Seattle Mariners and Oakland A’s played a -recreation collection in Tokyo to open the regular season. The video games began at 5:30 a.M. Eastern. Before starting the series, Parx had supplied a proposition wager on one group to win the series. But if every team won the same range of games, the wager could be void, and the better would get returned the money from his original bet. This is fine for a more extended collection or — for that matter — a hedge in case something wild takes place at some stage in a 3-, five- or 7-game collection. Not a 2-gamer. But that’s most effective a part of the problem.
The more massive hassle is that the prop was still up until at least 2:30 in the morning on Thursday – long after Seattle had received the first sport and three hours earlier than Game 2. So while FHMayor bet $777 on Seattle, the worst he should do changed to push his guess if Oakland received. When Seattle received the second game, he felt he became owed for the win. The line turned into Seattle -122, which meant FHMayor might have amassed $636.