HS Baseball Tonight for 5/2/11

Posted by Andy Durham on May 2, 2011 at 10:03 pm under High School | 9 Comments to Read

WS Parkland 8
Northwest Guilford 5

Glenn 7
High Point Central 0

WP:Alec Hodges
LP:Lucas Hess

Southwest Guilford 3
East Forsyth 2

WP:Sean Geoghegan
LP:Dillon Ward
HR:(SWG)Matt Orth….Orth 2-2 with a two-run HR and a Double and one run scored…Orth starting pitcher for SWG and he got hit by a line drive to the side of his head and he had to be taken from the field to the hospital and he appeared to be stable, but in pain with a knot on the side of his head and a cut on his ear and hope he is OK and doing much better tonight…..Also for SWG at the plate….Tyler Kallum 1-3 with a Double….Andrew Madden 1-3 with Double and 1 run scored…Kyle Miller one run scored…….For East Forsyth hitting the Eagles had Evan Rogers 1-3, with a single, a BB and one run scored….Zach Scudder 2-3, and he had two Doubles, 1 run scored and 1 RBI….Jacob was 1-3 with a Triple and 1 RBI….Starting pitcher for East Forsyth, Dillon Ward was strong going 6 innings and given up 3 runs on 4 hits with 11 K’s and BB…..Pitcher Sean Geoghegan had 8 K’s and gave up 0 runs for SWG…..

Forsyth Country Day 6
High Point Wesleyan 3

WP:George Carter 10 K’s…
FCD hitting:Griffin 2-3, DC Arendas 2-4, Deluca 1-3, Tripp Dunn 1-2 2rbi, Brandon Culbreth 2-3 2b, Tyler Alberts 2-3 hr 3rbi

Caldwell Academy 17
Oak Level 0

Caldwell – Gillespie 3-4 2B/HR, 3 RBI/3IP, 6K; Sanfilippo 3-3, 2 RBI;
Mancuso 2-3 2B RBI
Caldwell:(14-4 overall)

Oak Ridge 11
Home School Tigers 7

Oak Ridge (16-12)

Oak Ridge Military Academy 11 16 2
Home School Tigers 7 10 2
Winning Pitcher:Brant Williams
Losing Pitcher:Newell

Hitting Oak Ridge
Edwin Solo 3-5
Sean Mas 4-4
Pat Nusdeo 3-4+3RBI
Home Runs Lashawn Brown 2 (5)

High Point Christian Academy 8
Greensboro Day School 1

Westchester Country Day 11
Calvary Baptist 1


  • Baseball said,

    HPCA over GDS 8-1 at the downtown ballpark

  • Andy said,

    Anyone got the final on NWG-WS Parkland? At one point Parkland was up 8-3 in the top of the 7th at NWG….

    Conference looking like Glenn(11-1) Regular Season Champ with SWG #2 at (8-4), NWG and East Forsyth tied at for third at (7-5), Ragsdale 5th at (6-6), WS Parkland 6th at (2-10) and HP Central 7th at (1-11)……

    Any news?

  • Cowboy said,

    II believe Orth got the win from the ER since SWG had the lead (3-0) when he left the game. Both Geoghegan and Andrew Madden did a great job in relief in what was an emotional situation. Big win for the Cowboys against a very good East team.

  • Brian said,

    Parkland won 8-5

  • home run said,

    Westchester CD beat Calvary 11-1 in 5 innings WP Kelly Patram Ground rule double HR’s by Terrance Hearst (9) and Markel Johnson (2)

  • John O said,

    any word on how Matt Orth is doing after that line drive to the head? I hope he is ok…

  • batterup said,

    Im hearing he is doing fine,at least that’s what I was told,hopefully it is correct.Hope he makes full recovery.

  • yankeeclipper15 said,

    TO Cowboy – Definitely hope Matt is doing OK after his injury last night. That was definitely a tough situation and put a damper on what was a terrific ball game.

    In answer to your question about the winning pitcher, I think Andy is correct. In High School which are scheduled for seven innings, a starting pitcher must pitch at least four innings and leave with the lead to be credited with the win. If the starting pitcher leaves with the lead, but does not pitch four innings and more than one relief pitcher is used with the team maintaining the lead, the winning pitcher is determined by the official scorer as the “most effective” relief pitcher. In this game, that would be Geoghegan who pitched 2 1/3 innings, stiking out 6 and not allowing a baserunner.

  • Andy said,

    Matt Orth doing OK today according to his Facebook following….The word he left on Facebook was that he was released from the hospital last night and he left with a few stitches in his ear, but other than the stitches he is is in good shape and doing well….That was the word left by Mo at on his Facebook page…..Good to hear the good news and to know that he is OK…..He took a hard shot line drive shot to the head off the bat of Dillon Ward…..