Bobcats thrown for a curve

Img ?1512216803

CLOSE TO HOME: RESPONDING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT IN OUR COMMUNITY

Sports

Bobcats thrown for a curve

Teel Hawkins’ curveball draws four hitless innings in victory
Teel Hawkins threw four hitless innings of baseball for Bayfield High School to help the Wolverines to a 17-1 rout of Pine River rival Ignacio on Tuesday at Bayfield Middle School. Not bad for Hawkins’ first-ever start. “Totally impressed,” BHS head coach Tom Horton said of the senior. “He had a good curveball.”
Jeffrey Herrera scored Ignacio’s lone run of the day, brought home by Clay Jefferson’s RBI single in the fourth inning against Bayfield. Herrera found his way to the bases twice, first on a throwing error by the Wolverines in the first, then a hit-by-pitch in the third.
Bayfield’s Darren Hoselton reached first base three times against Ignacio on Tuesday – a pair of singles and a hit-by-pitch. Hoselton also had two RBIs in the Wolverines’ 17-1 victory.
Bayfield’s Austin McMenimen was one of a handful of Wolverines who took advantage of wild Ignacio pitches to advance around Tuesday’s basepaths. He used one to find his way home in the second inning and a couple of them to move around the diamond in the first. McMenimen scored three times in the Wolverines’ 17-1 victory over the Bobcats.

Bobcats thrown for a curve

Purchase
Teel Hawkins threw four hitless innings of baseball for Bayfield High School to help the Wolverines to a 17-1 rout of Pine River rival Ignacio on Tuesday at Bayfield Middle School. Not bad for Hawkins’ first-ever start. “Totally impressed,” BHS head coach Tom Horton said of the senior. “He had a good curveball.”
Purchase
Jeffrey Herrera scored Ignacio’s lone run of the day, brought home by Clay Jefferson’s RBI single in the fourth inning against Bayfield. Herrera found his way to the bases twice, first on a throwing error by the Wolverines in the first, then a hit-by-pitch in the third.
Purchase
Bayfield’s Darren Hoselton reached first base three times against Ignacio on Tuesday – a pair of singles and a hit-by-pitch. Hoselton also had two RBIs in the Wolverines’ 17-1 victory.
Purchase
Bayfield’s Austin McMenimen was one of a handful of Wolverines who took advantage of wild Ignacio pitches to advance around Tuesday’s basepaths. He used one to find his way home in the second inning and a couple of them to move around the diamond in the first. McMenimen scored three times in the Wolverines’ 17-1 victory over the Bobcats.
Reader Comments
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events