Archive for November, 2011


Game 6: Hampson, Peterson lead Reds to Victory

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Garrett Hampson drove in two runs and Jeremy Peterson had two hits in leading the Reds to a 7-2 victory in the last game of the 2011 Reno High Fall World Series. Demi Small was the winning pitcher for the Reds. Adam Leinen and Austin Smith both pitched well in relief to secure the victory. The Grays actually scored first as Zach Paguette drew a lead-off walk that eventually scored on Grant Kukuk’s RBI single. That lead didn’t last long, as Garrett Harmison and Connor Bush both drove in 2 runs in the bottom of the second inning. The game remained 4-1 until the Reds added 2 runs in the bottom of the 5th inning. R. J. Bush doubled and Jeremy Peterson singled to account for those two runs.

The victory gave the series championship to the Reds as they dominated the Grays throughout the series This year the world series rosters were created when the captain’s drafted teams.

Team captains were Grant Kukuk, Zach Paquette, and RJ Bush. The Fall World Series wrapped up the successful fall season. Winter conditioning will start up on Monday, December Sth for those athletes not involved in a winter sport.
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Game 5: Bush Brothers Blast Reds To Win,

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Game 5 of the 2011 Fall World Series had a little bit of everything. The game started with two outstanding pitching performances by Vinnie Koei and R. J. Bush. The Reds jumped out by scoring two runs in the top of the 1st inning. Garrett Hampson led off the game with a single, R.J. Bush then drove him in with single to right center field. Jeremy Peterson then laced a double to deep left field. The game remained scoreless until the 5th inning. Vinnie Koei turned in his best pitching performance of the fall as he struck out 7 and walked none. R. J. Bush threw 4 complete innings and allowed 0 runs. With Vinnie Koci still pitching, Michael Riedeman singled and then stole base. Kurt Hillson advanced him to 3rd Base with a single. Garrett Hampson then hit a sacrifice fly to score Riedeman and make the Reds up 3-0. The Grays needed a spark and Graham Macmillan provided that momentum when he drilled a first pitch fastball from Jeremy Peterson to left field for a 3 run Home Run. The scored remained tied as the relief pitchers and both teams played good defense. It wasn’t until the top of the 8th inning when sophomore Connor Bush hit a home run off Brian Ring to give the Reds a lead. They added two more runs when R.J. Bush doubled and senior Adam Leinen drove him in.

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Game 4: Hampson, Bush Lead Reds to Victory

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Garrett Hampson continued to play spectacular defense and show his offensive abilities in Game 4 of the Reno High Fall World Series. Hampson drove in 2 runs and with the help of teammate, R.J. Bush, the Reds took a commanding 3 to 1 game lead in the series. Bush, a power hitting lefty, was perfect at the plate with 3 quality at­bats. He had an RBI single, a single to right field, a walk, and 2 stolen bases.

Both the Grays and the Reds scored early as both teams combined for 6 runs over the first two innings. Daniel Hickox­Young was the starting pitcher for the Reds, and Grant Kukuk was the starting pitcher for the Grays. Justin Watland provided some good middle relief and was able to pick up the win for the Reds. Senior right hander Austin Smith came on in the 7th inning and got the save.

The Grays, down 6 – 5 going into the 7″‘ inning, made it interesting by loading the bases with 2 outs. Freshman outfielder Tristan Buggs then flew out to left field to end the game. Freshman shortstop Garrett Taylor also had an impressive day by getting 2 hits and driving in 2 runs. Other exceptional performances were turned in by Graham Macmillan and Jake Clark who both had 2 hits each for the Grays. The Series will continue tomorrow in Game 5. R.J. Bush and Vinnie Koei have been named the starting pitchers for their respective teams.

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Game 3: Grays Score 4 in the Bottom of the 7th to Win

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Zach Paquette drove in the winning run in the bottom of the 7th inning to cap off a 4-run rally.

The Gray victory puts the World Series to a 2-1 game lead for the Red team. The rally finished a game filled with hits, errors, walks, and some quality pitching. The Gray team had a commanding lead after 5 innings of play with a 5-1 lead. Austin Atkerson turned in a remarkable pitching performance in a game that he wasn’t scheduled to start. Atkerson shut down the potent Red offense for 3 innings. The Reds made the game interesting in the top of the 6th innings with some key hits from RJ Bush (triple, RBI) and Kevin Wallace (SF-8, RBI). A two out error kept the inning alive and the Michael Riedeman drove in a run with a single. Facing an 8-5 deficit going into the bottom of the 7th inning, the Gray team showed some heart by answering back. Austin Atkerson led off the inning by hitting a single to right center field. Max Keller then hit a double to deep left field that scored Atkerson. Jake Clark then singled in Max Keller bringing the score to 8-7. The Reds had Adam Leinen on the mound and he had reached his 60 pitch limit. Freshman Drew Winkelmaier then was brought in from the bullpen. Orlando Lorang drew a walk and then Drake Boucher hit a sacrifice fly to tie the game up at 8-8. Zach Paquette then laced the game winning hit to left field that scored Orlando Lorang for the victory. For their performances, Zach Paquette and Austin Atkerson were named the game’s Move Valuable Players. Game 3 MVPs World Series Box Score 3

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