Varsity Baseball · Varsity Chiefs Dominate Riverdale

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Trey King had all the right stuff on Thursday for McIntosh Chiefs Varsity, allowing zero runs and besting Riverdale by a score of 17-0
McIntosh Chiefs Varsity secured the victory thanks to nine runs in the third inning. Blake Summers, Joe Glozier, Jackson Brown, Burton Hahn, and Summers each drove in runs during the inning.
McIntosh Chiefs Varsity fired up the offense in the first inning. Hahn drove in two when he tripled.
McIntosh Chiefs Varsity scored nine runs in the third inning. McIntosh Chiefs Varsity offense in the inning was led by Summers, Glozier, Brown, Hahn, and Summers, who all drove in runs.
One bright spot for Riverdale was a single by T Dozier in the second inning.
King pitched McIntosh Chiefs Varsity to victory. He allowed three hits and zero runs over four innings, striking out eight and walking zero.
N Cole took the loss for Riverdale. He surrendered seven runs on ten hits over one and two-thirds innings.
B Demps started the game for Riverdale. He lasted two and a third innings, allowing three hits and ten runs while striking out two
McIntosh Chiefs Varsity hit one home run on the day. Brown put one out in the fourth inning.
McIntosh Chiefs Varsity tallied 13 hits. Glozier, Hahn, Summers, Brown, and Evan Gillanders each racked up multiple hits for McIntosh Chiefs Varsity. Hahn and Glozier all had three hits to lead McIntosh Chiefs Varsity. Glozier led McIntosh Chiefs Varsity with six stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with 16 stolen bases. McIntosh Chiefs Varsity was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Glenn Schmidt made the most plays with eight.
Riverdale was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. E Banks had the most chances in the field with five.