Posted On: May 19, 2015 Posted By: David Shepard
Campbell County Camels and Conner lit up the scoreboard on Saturday as they combined for 21 runs. In the end, Campbell County Camels won the offensive battle 12-9 in eight innings.
The teams combined for 21 hits, including four extra base hits.
The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to 13 lead changes in the game.
Campbell County Camels pulled out the win thanks to a strong eighth inning. Campbell County Camels went up for good on a single by Dawson Hogan offZach Volz.
Josh Reynolds got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. He allowed one run over two innings. He struck out two, walked none and surrendered four hits.
Zach Volz couldn’t get it done on the bump for Conner, taking a loss. He lasted just two-thirds of an inning, walked one, struck out none, and allowed three runs.
The bottom of the first saw Conner take an early lead, 1-0. Conner’s threat began with a single by Blaise Ostertag. Alec Garnett doubled, plating Ryan Ward.
Campbell County Camels matched its two-run third inning with two more in the fifth. In the third, Campbell County Camels scored on a passed ball, scoring Willy Cox.
After a quick strike from Campbell County Camels , Conner responded with three runs in the third. Conner scored on an RBI single by Drew Borman and a groundout by Johnny Frommeyer.
Conner answered Campbell County Camels ‘s top inning with two runs of its own in the fourth. Conner scored on an error and a solo home run by Ryan Ward.
Conner scored two runs of its own in the fifth. Conner scored on a sacrifice fly by Jake Owens and an RBI single by Catron.
Campbell County Camels matched its three-run seventh inning with three more in the eighth. In the seventh, Campbell County Camels scored on a two-run double by Gabe Kremer, scoring Kevin Skinner and Hogan.
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