Wooster rolls to win over STHS
March 30, 2006
Colts score 10 in first inning
South Tahoe and Wooster both came into Thursday’s game with 1-5 Sierra Division records. The Colts left with a 2-5 record after scoring 10 runs in the first inning and cruising to a 14-1 win in Reno.
“We can definitely beat that team,” STHS coach Matt Tillson said. “I don’t know how we’re going to respond on Saturday.”
Zach Kropf put the Vikings up 1-0 with his solo home run in the top of the first, but got off to a rough start on the mound as South Tahoe’s starting pitcher. He hit the lead off batter, walked three with the bases loaded and gave up five hits.
“He’s much better than that,” Tillson said of his ace pitcher. “It just wasn’t a good day for a lot of people.”
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The Vikings committed six errors and watched Wooster take advantage as the Colts posted a 17-1 Sierra Division victory Thursday in Reno. South Tahoe rebounded from a difficult start to keep Wooster scoreless in the fourth but the damage had already been done.
Freshman pitcher Kelly Barkley faced only 14 batters while pitching the final 2 1/3 innings. She struck out three and walked none.
The Vikings were led offensively by Charlotte Lee, who went 2 for 2. Danielle Lowe, Mollie Novasel, Kelly Bartlett and Brittany Barcellos each recorded a hit.
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