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Sports March 26, 2013  RSS feed

Centerville Tigers look sharp in winning two district games

by Paul K. Matney


CHS’ Cort Harris (3) beats the throw to score. 
Paul's Photo CHS’ Cort Harris (3) beats the throw to score. Paul's Photo The Centerville Tigers are on a roll as they drubbed Onalaska 11-1 and Hempstead 10-0 behind good pitching, timely hitting and a strong defense. The contest against the Onalaska Wildcats on March 18th was halted after 5 innings because of the 10 run rule. Ryan Payne knocked in 2 runs in the 1st inning on a double. The Tigers scored 3 more runs on a passed ball, a sacrifice fly by Caleb Parker and a walk to Chance Carrigan with the bases full. The Tigers piled on 4 more runs in the 4th on a bases loaded walk and a bases loaded single by Jordan Cannon that plated Hayden Nash, Payne, and Cade Harris. Onalaska scored their lone run in the top of the 5th but the Tigers added 3 more in the 5th on a RBI single by Kyle Harris, a fielder's choice and a sacrifice fly by Payne. Lefty Chance Carrigan pitched 4 1/3 innings allowing 1 run and Cannon got the final 2 outs in the top of the 5th.

The Tigers hosted the Hempstead Bobcats on March 22nd and again the game went 5 innings as the Tigers won 10-0. The Tigers got on the board in the 1st inning as Cannon drove in Payne with a single. The Tigers came up big in the 2nd inning scoring 5 times as Carrigan, Ty Tollett, Payne, Cade Harris and Cannon crossed the plate to give the Tigers a quick 6-0 lead. The Tigers added 2 runs in the 4th as Nash and Payne came around to score. The Tigers scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 5th and the 10 run rule was invoked and the Tigers had an easy 10-0 win.

Southpaw Wacey Brown went 4 innings allowing no runs on 1 hit, struck out 2 and walked 2 .Tollett came in and tossed 1 inning allowing only a lead off single. Carrigan scored 2 runs and had an RBI and Nash drove in the final run with a solid single to left. The Tigers have only a defeat to New Waverly to mar their record in district action and look strong as the 2nd half of district begins.

The Tigers travel to Franklin for a game on March 26th and are at home against Hearne on March 28th.


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