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Blue Scores 3 Runs in Bottom of 6th to win Game 3

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

In a game where the teams scored a combined 21 runs, the Blue team held on to win the contest 12-9. After 4 innings of play, the Blues had taken a commanding 9-4 lead and seemed to have had an easy victory. However, the Reds came up with 5 consecutive hits to score 5 runs and tie the game. Garrett h Hampson singled, Connor Bush ripped a double down the left field line, and then RJ Bush doubled in his brother to get the rally moving. Kevin Wallace then singled in RJ Bush with a hard line drive to left field. Colton Hampson then hit a deep triple to right field to score Wallace. Freshman Justin Watland then singled in Hampson to tie the game at 9. The blues had their backs against the wall but were able

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to score three runs in the bottom of the 6th inning. The offensive attack that inning was led by Zach Nyman, Tyler McElroy, and Mitch Warden. Sophomore right-handed pitcher, Brian Ring then shut down the Reds to secure the victory. The win gave the Blue team a 2-1 lead in the 2010 Fall World Series.

 

Nyman, Warden lead Blues to Victory in Game 2, 12-2

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Zach Nyman took control of his team in the Fall World Series. After a tough 9-0 loss in game 1, Nyman would not be denied in Game 2. The Blues jumped out with a 4 run inning in the top of the 1st inning off losing pitcher Colton Hampson. Nyman led off with a single, Grant Kukuk reached on an error, and Jeremy Peterson drove a single through the 5-6 hole, driving in a run. The Blue team broke the game open in the top of the 6th inning with a 5 run outburst. The Blues provided some good pitching by starter Grant Kukuk. Also, Max Keller turned in a dominating relief appearance during which he showed a good fastball and a nasty curveball. The Blue Team catcher Mitch Warden was also outstanding behind the plate providing great defense and leadership.

 

Graybar, Bush, G. Hampson Lead Reds to 9-0 Win in Game 1

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Alex Graybar pitched 5 dominant innings to start the 2010 Reno High Fall World Series. Graybar pitched very effectively as he displayed outstanding command with 5 strikeouts and 0 walks. He threw a total of 53 pitches in the 5 innings of work. R.J. Bush, the developing Brian Wilson type closer, shut the door on the Blues with two shutout innings. The Reds jumped out to a 2 run lead in the top of the 2nd inning with three doubles by Colton Hampson, Graham McMillan, and Nick Pappas. Garrett Hampson went 2 for 4 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI to go along with his outstanding defense. Kevin Wallace also went 2 for 4 with a double, a home run, and 3 RBIs. Zach Nyman went 2 for 3 for the Blue team with two singles. Alex Graybar and Garrett Hampson were named the Game MVP.

 

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