Wangaratta Rangers B and Porepunkah Panthers played to a 9-9 tie on Sunday. Porepunkah Panthers tied the game on a single in the sixth inning.
Wangaratta Rangers Orange opened up scoring in the first inning, when Steve Peruzzo drew a walk, scoring one run.
Porepunkah Panthers evened things up at nine in the top of the sixth inning when Dean Anders singled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run.
Rangers scattered 15 hits in the game. Angus King, Brad Murdoch, Damien French, Kyle Gilmore, Peruzzo, and Brendon French all managed multiple hits for Wangaratta. French, Peruzzo, Gilmore, Damien French, Murdoch, and King each managed two hits to lead Wangaratta.
Porepunkah Panthers tallied nine hits. Tom Clough, Heath Anders, and Anders each racked up multiple hits for Porepunkah Panthers.
What a bunch of champions. We were split up today and played two games. One V Benalla and one V Porepunkah. To have 18 kids out on the baseball diamond with 3 regulars away is a fantastic effort. Nice job parents.
We worked on our skills and all played awesome today. Award winners were Erin, Tahalia, Oscar, Hunter, Linkoln, Josh and Makayla.
Let’s all work hard at training this Thursday before we play a grand final on Sunday.
GRAND FINAL IS AT 11AM START SO BE THERE AT 10am.
Thanks to Lyster Inc., Frasca’s Belting, Steel & Engineering & Chicken Time
Third Inning Plays Key Role In Wangaratta Rangers blow out over Benalla Bandits A
A seven-run third inning led Wangaratta Rangers A to an 11-1 victory on Sunday. The offensive firepower by Rangers was led by Ross Johnson, Cam Scott, Aaron Parker, Owen Godenzi, and Scott Jenkins, who all drove in runs.
The Rangers got on the board in the first inning. Godenzi doubled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run. Wangaratta put up seven runs in the third inning. Johnson, Scott, Parker, Godenzi, and Jenkins all drove in runs in the frame.
Bryan Wilson led the Wangaratta to victory on the mound. He allowed one hit and one run over three innings, striking out eight.
Ossie Osborne took the loss for Benalla Bandits A. They allowed three hits and one run over one inning, walking zero.
Parker started the game for Wangaratta. Parker allowed one hit and zero runs over four innings, striking out six and walking one Jack McCarlen started the game for Benalla Bandits A. He allowed eight hits and nine runs over four innings, striking out four
Wangaratta totaled 12 hits in the game. Wilson, Scott, Godenzi, and Jenkins each had multiple hits for the Rangers. Jenkins, Godenzi, Scott, and Wilson all had two hits to lead Wangaratta. The Rangers stole eight bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Parker led the way with two.
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