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Rough road continues for Carrollton baseball

FPS staff report

Carrollton High School baseball
Carrollton hurler Cody Walker finished out a game against Minerva that was continued from Tuesday to Thursday last week, then pulled starting pitcher duties in a scheduled game Thursday.

It was another tough week for the Carrollton varsity baseball team as the Warriors dropped four games to fall to 1-7 for the year.

Carrollton opened play last week at Minerva. The game ended Wednesday night with the scored tied at 6-6.

The contest was finished Thursday night before the start of their scheduled game.

The Lions plated a run in the bottom of the 10th inning for a 7-6 victory.

Mason Voulgares started for the Warriors, striking out seven and walking five. Cody Walker took the loss.

Damon Anderson, Walker and Dustin Shreve each had two hits for the Warriors. Anderson and Shreve each batted in two runs.

“We played pretty well and came from behind to tie the score,” said head coach Butch Wood.

In the scheduled game, the Lions scored single runs in the second, third, fifth and sixth innings for a 4-1 win.

Carrollton’s lone run came in the second inning. Travis Sammons singled to lead off the inning, Storm Mohn doubled down the left field line, moving Sammons to third. Andrew Collins then grounded into a fielder’s choice, scoring Sammons.

Mohn led the Warriors to a pair of hits, while Anderson, Alex Rennie, Walker, Tyler Sheets, Sammons and Caleb Moyer each had one hit.

Last Saturday, the Warriors hosted Claymont in a double header at Hensley Field.

The Mustangs took both games, 12-7 and 14-4.

In game one, the Warriors led 7-5 after four innings, but the Mustangs scored four in the sixth and three in the seventh to pull out the win.

Walker led Carrollton batters with a single, double and two RBI, while Collins added a pair of singles and Sheets a double.

In game two, Claymont scored all its runs in the first three innings and cruised to the victory.

The Warriors scored three in the third and one in the fourth.
Anderson led Carrollton batters with single, double and RBI.


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