Western Guilford 4
Mark Leake WP
Casey Jones Sv
WG 9-1 Conf. 12-5 overall
Ragsdale 11 100 055 – 11 10 1
Trinity â€”1 100 000 – 1 3 3
WP – David Coffey (5-1)
LP – Jared Kirk
Ragsdale broke open a close game with five runs in the fifth and five more in the sixth. Coffey struggled a little tonight but settled in scattering 3 hits with four strikeouts over five innings. Bennett Hixson struck out the side in the sixth. Kyle Brandenburg continues to lead the Tigers at the plate going 2-4 with 2 runs, 4 RBIs with a big three run double in the sixth. DeSean Anderson was 2-3 with a triple, walk, 2 runs and 2 RBIs. Joe Bright was 2-3 with 2 runs.
Ragsdale is now 17-2, 8-1. Next game is @ Asheboro Friday night. Ragsdale would like to avenge their one conference loss.
Northwest Guilford 24
(NWG now 14-2)
Southeast Guilford 2
W: Trey Gilmore
L: Eric Maynard
Leaders: SEG: – Josh Tobias 2 for 3, 2B; Colby Keene 1 for 3
Randleman: – Bradley Holland 1 for 2.
SEG: 11-4, 6-3:
Randleman: 10-6, 5-4.
Southeast is at Eastern Randolph tonight at 7:00p.m. This is a make-
Southwest Guilford 13
As well as Ethan Ogburn has pitched all year, he deserved an easy win. Ethan threw fastballs all nite at 89 mph and then you throw in a wicked slider and Parkland did not have much of a chance.
Cowboys hit well also mixing in 11 hits, Elliot Slack had two big hits, Will Kellam always gets at least two hits (amazing hitter), Cal Sutphin went 3-4 with a double and 3 rbi’s, Brock Hudgens had a big double and sac fly, and Bo Rein had a 380′ triple to right center. Seth Blair also added a hit for the Cowboys.
Northern Guilford 10
HR’s: George Carter-NG
NG…Bradley Burchette 3-4, 5 RBI’s….
(Dudley led early in this game 4-0 before NG took over, but this game was close early on….)
East Forsyth 12
Grimsley struggled defensively Tues. night committing 8 errors in a 12-2 (6 innings) conference defeat at E. Forsyth. Pete Schultz gets the win for the Eagles. Kevin Rose takes the loss. The Whirlies are 7-10 overall, 3-3 in the conference. Up next for Grimsley is rival Page at New Bridge Bank Park Sat.