The Thomas S. Wootton Junior Varsity baseball team won its sixth straight game by winning this afternoon against Northwest High School by a score of 17 to 11. The Patriots started the game off with an explosive 11 run top of the first inning. In this first inning, the Patriots got their offense started with two lead off hits and Miller Romm doubled on a 2-0 count, scoring the first run. This opened the flood gates and the Patriots walked away with a significant lead after this half of an inning. Northwest battled back and quickly responded with two runs in the first, three in the third, and four in the fourth to make the game 11 to 9. The Patriots persevered against this adversity by scoring three in the fifth and sealed the game with 3 more rung in the 7th inning. Will Karis was the star of the game and had a four hit game. Karis doubled in the first, singled in the first, singled in the third, and singled in the fifth. He also started the game on the hill and he surrendered nine runs on eight hits over four innings, striking out two during that time. Max Levine came out and closed the game for the Patriots by pitching the final three innings; allowing two runs on one hit and striking out two. The Patriots tallied 14 hits in the game. Karis, Darren Chang, Andrew Misovec, and Romm all had multiple hits. Karis led this stat with four hits in five at bats. The Patriots also stayed active on the base paths by stealing a total of seven bases in the game, led by Andrew Misovec, who had two. Overall, the Patriots won this high scoring affair to extend their winning streak and look to continue this winning streak to 7 game on Saturday when they play at Clarksburg at 10am.
- 17 Thomas S Wootton High School
- 11 Northwest High School
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