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Parker Varney Drives In 4 To Lead Stark County Terriers College Team Past Avalanche Baseball

By GameChanger Media


Parker Varney drove in four runs on three hits to lead Stark County Terriers 18O past Avalanche Baseball 11-2 on Thursday at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium. Varney doubled in the fifth scoring two, singled in the second scoring one, and singled in the third scoring one.


Mason Tackett struck out 10 batters on the day. They also surrendered four hits and two runs over four innings while walking one.


Avalanche Baseball got on the board in the first inning after Nicolas Lewis singled, scoring one run.


A wild pitch extended the Avalanche Baseball lead to 2-0 in the top of the second inning.


Stark County Terriers 18O tied the game in the bottom of the second thanks to a single by Varney, and a ground out by Braden Broom.


In the bottom of the third inning, Stark County Terriers 18O went back into the lead after Alex Laird hit a sacrifice fly, and Varney singled, each scoring one run.


Stark County Terriers 18O scored seven runs on three hits in the bottom of the fifth inning. Varney doubled, scoring two runs, Jacob Walzer induced Ty Williams to hit into a fielder's choice, but one run scored, Charles Roberts drew a walk, scoring one run, Kaiden Mastri drew a walk, scoring one run, and Luke Senften singled, scoring two runs.


Michael Earman took the loss for Avalanche Baseball. The starting pitcher went four innings, giving up four runs on four hits, striking out four and walking five. Cadyn Smith and Jacob Lowery each came on in relief for Stark County Terriers 18O and shutdown Avalanche Baseball.


Stark County Terriers 18O had patience at the plate, amassing 11 walks for the game. Senften, Roberts, Broom, and Mason Stoldt led the team with two free passes each. Williams stole three bases. Stark County Terriers 18O ran wild on the base paths, accumulating five stolen bases for the game. Stark County Terriers 18O didn't commit a single error in the field. Nathan Grega had the most chances in the field with 15.


Number seven hitter, Jaret Boyer, showed the depth of Avalanche Baseball's lineup, by leading them with two hits in three at bats. Lewis went 1-for-3 at the plate as they led the team with one run batted in. Avalanche Baseball turned one double play in the game.


Stark County Terriers 18O welcome Force Ohio College Prep on Friday for their next game.




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