Wednesday, May 23, 2001

N.Ky. baseball highlights


Brossart beats Pendleton Co.

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        After losing to Pendleton County twice during the season, the Bishop Brossart Mustangs turned the tables in the opening game of the 38th District Tournament.

        Nick Ziegler's homerun and a passed ball that allowed sophomore pinch runner Kevin Hansman to score in the fourth inning gave Brossart a 2-1 victory at Campbell County.

        “They beat us 8-2 the first time and 1-0 three weeks ago with the same pitchers throwing,” Brossart coach Bob Rowe said. “I told the kids before the game that the team that makes the fewest mistakes will win.”

        Brandon Seiter, now 7-1, struck out seven and allowed three hits while Pendleton County's Matt Turner gave up five hits.

        Brossart ....... 000  200  x—2  5  1

        Pendleton ....... 000  100  0—1  3  1

        WP—Seiter (7 ks, 7-1). LP—Turner (6-3, 8 ks). Hitting leaders: B—Ziegler 2-4, HR. P—Turner HR. Records: B 20-14, P 19-15.

        • Campbell County 10, Bracken Co. 0

        Justin Mason picked up the victory and drove in two runs. Kip Mason came through with two RBI.

        Campbell Co. ....... 000  37—10  12  0

        Bracken Co. ....... 000  00— 0   1  1

        WP—J. Mason (7 Ks, 3-4). LP—Moser. Hitting leaders: C—James 2-4; K. Mason 2-3; J. Mason 2-3, 2 RBI; Green 3 RBI; Herald 3-3, 3B, 2 RBI. Records: C 16-14.

        • Covington Catholic 11, Ludlow 0

        Covington Catholic scored five runs with one out in the first inning.

        Ludlow ....... 000  00— 0   3  4

        Cov. Cath. ....... 530  03—11  12  1

        WP—Harmon (6 ks, 7-2). LP—Hildebrant. Hitting leaders: C—Rose 2-3, 2B, 3B; Groigan 3-3, 2B, 3 RBI; Brass 2B; Durr 2-3, 4 RBI; Piper 2B. Records: CC 26-7.

        • Newport Central Catholic 12, Dayton 0

        Ben Johnson earned the win for the Thoroughbreds, who stole 10 bases.

        Newport CC ....... 110  424  —12  15  0

        Dayton ....... 000  000  0— 0   2  4

        WP—Johnson (5 ks, 4-4). LP—Turner. Hitting leaders: N—Pangallo 2-3, 2 RBI; Meyer 2-4, 2 RBI; Bonhaus 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI; Maloney 3-3, 2 2B, 3B; Giesler 3-4, 2 RBI. Records: N 16-14.

        Walton-Verona 8, Grant Co. 4

        Brad Stephenson drove in five runs and picked up the win on the mound.

        Walton ....... 000  116  0—8  8  2

        Grant Co. ....... 000  001  3—4  5  0

        WP—Stephenson (7 Ks, 7-3). LP— Work (8 Ks). Hitting leaders: GC—Hall 2B. W—Barth 2B; Stephenson HR, 5 RBI.

        Scott 7, Calvary Ch. 6

        Scott got a two-run home run from Erik Hoffman in the fifth inning.

        Calvary Ch. ....... 000  220  2—6  9  3

        Scott ....... 101  320  x—7  6  2

        WP—Alden (7 Ks). LP—Lanham. Hitting leaders: S—Hoffman HR, 2 RBI; Lye 2-4, 2B, RBI. C—Royce 3-4, 2 2B, 2 RBI; Zuerner 2-3, 2B.

        Ryle 8, Heritage 1

        Sophomore Josh Haggard allowed one hit in the final six innings for the win. Ryan McIntyre drove in two runs to pace the nine-hit attack.

        Heritage ....... 100  000  0—1  3  1

        Ryle ....... 200  420  x—8  9  1

        WP—Haggard (9 Ks, 4-0). LP—Napier. Hitting leaders: R—McIntyre 3-4, 2B; Green 2-3; Spach 2-3. H—Dempsey 2-3. Records: R 16-18.

       



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