HS Baseball Tonight Scores

Posted by Andy Durham on April 8, 2009 at 7:36 pm under High School | 6 Comments to Read

Greensboro Day School 14
Smith 3

NW Guilford 9
Page 1

Western Guilford 5
Southwest Guilford 4

Western Guilford 5-4 over Southwest Guilford, 3b saves game for Western, with runner on 2b for Southwest, the third baseman was playing deep, Sutphin hit rope down line, he dove and it tipped off his glove, but it stayed close enough that the runner could not score from second. Nin Marero was able to strike out the next hitter to pick up the save. Western visits Northern Thursday in a big conference showdown.

Ragsdale 13
Randleman 0

Nick McBride throws a perfect game in 6 innings. 14 k’s, no walks, no errors.
Tuttle takes his 1st loss.
Much anticipate battle between Ragsdale and Randleman with Daniel Tuttle on the mound for Randleman and Nick McBride for Ragsdale. Over 20 scouts in attendance for a HS game.

Kyle Brandenburg (Campbell) set the tome on the first pitch as he doubled off Tuttle. This was Tuttle first hit in 17 innings this year. Brandenburg stole third and went home on a passed ball for Ragsdale to take an early 1-0 lead. It remained a 1-0 game as both McBride and Tuttle cruised through the first 3 innings.

However in the 4th Ragsdale opened up a bit as DeSean Anderson had a double followed by 2 wild pitches/passed balls and a walk to Fultz. Ryan Andrejco then doubled to left up the green monster hill. After 4 innings it was 4-0 Ragsdale.

In the 5th Ragsdale got a runner on and then Walt Sparks turned to lay down a suicide but was hit by a pitch to put runners on 1st and 3rd. Mike Whited then laid down a great bunt to plate a run. Brandenburg then beat out a bunt and Randleman had a couple of errors and wild pitches to go up 8-0 before Tuttle was relieved.

The real story was Nick McBride went 6 innings on 80 pitches giving up no walks, no hits and no errors to throw a perfect game. He had 14 K’s and only 4 balls in play. He only went to a full count 3 times getting 2 K’s and a 6-3 out. Randleman struggled a bit with 3 errors and 9 wild pitches/passed balls.

Grimsley 10
Brush HS Cleveland, Ohio 8

WP: Jacob Dooley
LP: Mike Billups
SA: Logan Dunn

Grimsley rallies from an 8-3 deficit with 7 runs in the bottom of the 5th. Jacob Dooley earns the win in one inning of relief. Logan Dunn pitched 2 scoreless innings for the save. The Whirlies were led offensively by Gabe Dimock with 2 RBIs and Kevin Rose’s 3 RBIs.

Kevin Rose bases clearing 3-run double to help Grimsley put together a late inning 7-run rally to push the Whirlies past Brush. Brush plays at Dudley on Thursday night……

Dudley 9
Bartlett Yancey 2

AJ Williams winning Panther pitcher with relief help from Brandon Burkes in the top of the 7th. Williams got hit by a slap shot back to the mound and had to leave the game with a sore foot, but Burkes was able to come in and finish it off for the Panthers.

Dudley Panthers 9, Bartlett Yancey 2
Dudley Panthers 09 Bartlett Yancey
ab r h bi ab r h bi
Tevin Neal lf 4 1 2 0 Daniel Workman c 3 0 0 0
Eric Kimber ss 3 0 0 0 Nick Pearson ss 4 0 0 0
Raymond Crawford 3b 2 3 2 1 Quenton Scales cf-p 2 0 0 0
Brandon Burkes 1b-p 2 2 1 1 Jacob Dameion p-cf 3 0 0 0
A. J. Williams p 3 0 2 3 (t4) Kris Williamson pr-ph 1 1 1 0
(b3) Keith Robinson pr 0 0 0 0 Harriosn Holt lf 2 0 0 0
(t7) Tavorus Stanback 1b 0 0 0 0 Ron Wiley 2b 3 1 1 1
Jibril Shabazz cf 3 1 1 1 Brian Oakley rf 2 0 0 0
Sharod Williams c 4 1 2 1 Owen Wall dh 2 0 0 0
Alex Moore rf 2 0 1 0 (t6) Matthew Jefferson ph 1 0 1 0
Corey Williamson 2b 2 1 1 1 John Smith 1b 3 0 1 0
TEAM TOTALS 25 9 12 8 TEAM TOTALS 26 2 4 1

E: Eric Kimber, Raymond Crawford, Jibril Shabazz, Nick Pearson, Harriosn Holt. LOB:
Bartlett Yancey 6, Dudley Panthers 09 7. 2B: Raymond Crawford, Brandon Burkes. SB:
Tevin Neal(2), Harriosn Holt, Quenton Scales, Daniel Workman, Kris Williamson. CS: A.
J. Williams, Harriosn Holt, Kris Williamson. SB: A. J. Williams. SF: Raymond
Crawford, Alex Moore.
Dudley Panthers 09 IP H R ER BB SO
A. J. Williams W 6.00 4 2 0 3 8
Brandon Burkes S 1.00 0 0 0 0 1
Bartlett Yancey
Jacob Dameion L 5.00 10 7 4 4 6
Quenton Scales 1.00 2 2 1 1 1

HBP: by Jacob Dameion (Corey Williamson). . . . WP: Jacob Dameion(3). PB: Sharod
Williams(2), Daniel Workman. T: 3:00. A: 0.


  • dweeb said,

    NW Guilford 9
    Page 1

  • kirk said,

    Ragsdale 13
    Randleman 0
    Nick McBride throws a perfect game in 6 innings. 14 k’s, no walks, no errors.
    Tuttle takes his 1st loss.

  • Frost said,

    WG over SW 5-4

  • Nate said,

    Western Guilford 5-4 over Southwest Guilford, 3b saves game for Western, with runner on 2b for Southwest, the third baseman was playing deep, Sutphin hit rope down line, he dove and it tipped off his glove, but it stayed close enough that the runner could not score from second. Nin Marero was able to strike out the next hitter to pick up the save. Western visits Northern tomorrow in a big conference showdown.

  • NW FAN said,

    Tonight (Thursday) is NW Senior Baseball night. All 7 of the NW seniors will be honored at NW before the game. They are a special group of student-athletes. Congratulations on a great season so far. Enjoy the night.

  • mark said,

    Ragsdale played a great ball game last night in Randleman. On a night they didn’t need a bunch of runs they hit the ball really well against uttle who is a great pitcher.

    Kyle Brandenburg parked the first Tuttle pitch into left center for a double. That set the tone as Ragsdale came out swinging at Tuttle’s fast ball. Desean Anderson, Billy Stone and Ryan Andrejco also had doubles. Tuttle seemed to get rattled a little after runners got on base. Ragsdale was able to steal on him and took advantage of numerous wild pitches.

    Meanwhile McBride pitched a masterful game. His fastball is always good and last night his curve was working too. He stayed ahead in the count all night. I think he fed of his offensive support and the bats fed off his work on the mound. He struck out the side three times and they only hit one ball out of the infield all night.

    I’m sure he gave all the scouts there plenty of good things to report.