It was a very windy afternoon at the varsity boy’s baseball diamond when the Eagles hosted the Red Storms last Thursday, May 21st. The weather didn’t appear to play a factor in the game besides kicking up the dust on the baseline and on-deck circles.
A new addition graced the field, a chain link fence in front of the home and visitors dug outs. This was added to stop balls from flying into the dug outs, but as a side perk, it was a way for the players to be involved in the game and cheer their respective teams on safely.
This was another great game for freshman Mike Gilman as he pitched a two-hitter as the Eagles (4-7) took down the Red Storms (6-5). Gilman struck out five and walked two players last Thursday. Scarborough’s pitcher Mitchell Wedge struck out five batters walked one and allowed five hits for Scarborough.
The Eagles got a run in the first inning when Mike Gilman scored on a groundout by Tanner Laberge. Dylan Koza then scored in the fourth inning after stealing third and continuing home on a wild pitch.