Bulldogs sweep Abbeville
Published 6:33 pm Wednesday, April 11, 2018
The Pike County Bulldogs completed a double-header sweep of Abbeville with a 13-5 win on Tuesday night during senior night.
The two wins give the Bulldogs a 9-13 record on the season with just three games remaining until the area tournament.
The Bulldogs knocked off Abbeville 17-7 in six innings in the first game of the night.
“I am proud of our guys,” said head coach Taylor Barnes. “We were able to piece together a couple hits and take advantage of our speed on the base paths. We are still looking to improve on defense and cut down on some of the errors.”
Game two lasted just three innings and Tyrese Johnson pitched all three of them to pick up the win. Johnson allowed five runs on three hits.
The Yellow Jackets scored all five of their runs in the first inning on three hits, including a triple.
The Bulldogs responded immediately when they tallied five runs of their own in their opening at-bat. The Bulldogs picked up four walks in the inning and a double by Jordan.
The Bulldogs went up 8-5 in the second inning when they picked up three more walks and a pair of singles by Walker and Chance Brunney.
Pike County picked up another double and single in the third on their way to scoring their final five runs of the game.
The Bulldogs finished with five hits in game two of the double-header, led by Walker, who went 2-3. Whit Maulden, Brunney and Jordan each had one hit.
The Bulldogs will be back in action on Friday when they host Goshen in a double-header. They will close out the season with a game at Goshen on Monday.