Strong armed: Pitching leads the way in Goshen sweep of Daleville

Published 9:05 pm Monday, March 4, 2019

The duo of Caleb Gamble and Carson Williams held the Daleville Warhawks to just two hits in Goshen’s 9-2 win in game one of a scheduled double-header on Monday afternoon.

The Eagles followed up game one’s win with a 10-0 shutout in game two, thanks in large part to combined no hitter by Bryce Williams and Tamarcus Shipman.

Gamble got the nod as the game’s starter on Monday. Gamble pitched the game’s first five innings, while only giving up one hit. He struck out 13 batters with just one walk. Williams finished the final two innings on the mound. Williams allowed a hit and the Eagles allowed two unearned runs.

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The Eagles went into the bottom of the sixth inning holding on to a 5-1 run. By inning’s end, the Eagles blew it open with a four-run inning. Bryan Galloway cleared the bases on a two-run triple to left to drive in both Blake Saupe and Bryce Williams. Carson Williams grounded out to the pitcher, allowing Galloway to score Goshen’s ninth run of the game.

The Eagles finished the game with 11 hits. Galloway finished 3-4 with 2 RBI, while McGwire Stanley, Gamble and Saupe all had one hit for the Eagles.

The Eagles jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one inning of play. Jeff Warrick grounded out to shortstop to drive in Galloway and Gamble doubled to left center allowing Stanley to score.

The Eagles pushed their lead to 5-0 after two innings. Logan Boyce, after reaching on an error came around to score on a balk call. Bryce Williams and Carson Williams both drove in a run with groundouts.

Just prior to Goshen’s three-run sixth inning, the Eagles tacked on a solo run in the fifth when Stanley stole home

Bryce Williams got the start for the Eagles in game game two. Williams pitched the first four innings and held the Warhawk offense hitless with 10 strikeouts. Shipman finished the game and the no-hitter.

The Eagles finished game two with five hits, led by Stanley who went 2-3. Galloway, Gamble and Bryce Williams all had hits for the Eagles. Danny Cooper had three RBI for the Eagles.

Goshen will be back in action this afternoon when they host Red Level.