SPASH baseball sweeps DC Everest in a doubleheader

Metro Wire Staff

SPASH had their bats rolling on a cool Thursday evening at Bukolt Park, where they swept DC Everest in a conference doubleheader with a 7-0 shutout in game one and 12-3 victory in game two.

Game 1

A highlight in game one was a one hit home run by junior outfielder Dayne Hoyord in the fourth inning. SPASH drove in three additional runs in the fifth inning with RBIs from Hoyord and Austin Beyer.

Hoyord went 2-for-3 from the plate and brought in two RBIs to lead SPASH.

Logan Schulfer was the winning pitcher going six innings with six strikeouts, two hits, and three walks. Kaleb Schulist pitched one inning out of the bullpen with one strikeout, no hits, no runs, and no walks.

Game 2

Dayne Hoyard crossing home on May 2. (Metro Wire photo)

SPASH continued the momentum into game two where Logan Schulfer opened up scoring at the plate when he doubled in the second inning scoring Beyer.

Eleven SPASH players contributed hits in game two with Beyer leading SPASH going 2-for-3 at the plate. Hoyord and Brady Franz lead in RBIs with two.

Reese Gaber earned a win on the mound going four innings with eight strikeouts, six hits, three runs, and one walk. Dylan Davis pitched two innings in relief with two strikeouts, one hit, no runs, and no walks. Beyer closed out the final inning with one strikeout, no hits, no runs, and no walks.

The Panthers will travel to LaCrosse Central on Friday for a doubleheader at Copeland Park with the first game starting at 5 p.m.

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