Baseball roundup Unbeaten Patch sweeps Wiesbaden
Unbeaten Patch resumed the baseball season where it let off before the DODDS-Europe spring break by hammering visiting Wiesbaden 16-1 and 16-0 on Saturday.
Dylan Measells, who drove in four runs while going 3-for-3, and winning pitcher Ohmar Gonzalez, who struck out four in three innings of work, each homered for Patch. Measells hit a three-run shot and Gonzalez a two-run homer.
Trey Johnson’s solo homer accounted for Wiesbaden’s only run.
In the second game, Danny Moreno topped the Panthers’ power game with a two-run homer that helped make a winner of starter Grant Peterson.
Peterson pitched two scoreless innings, then gave way to reliever P.J. Redmond, who retired the side in order in each of the game’s final two innings.
Cavan Cohoes had two hits and drove in three runs for Patch in Game 2. Justin Phelps had two hits and two RBIs and C.J. Kellogg also had two hits.
In other baseball of note:
Vilseck 16-21, Hohenfels 0-2: On Saturday at Hohenfels, Vilseck ace Kyle Krajcovic struck out nine of the 10 batters he faced in a no-hit, three-inning complete game in the opener. In the second game, Tyler Hall struck out eight of 16 in a three-inning two-hitter.
Kalyn Smithson drove in five runs in the opener and three in the nightcap as he went a combined 5-for-6 with two doubles. Mike Johnson drove in seven runs during a 3-for-4 afternoon, Hall was 5-for-5 with six RBIs for the day, and Krajcovic doubled and drove in three runs in the nightcap.
SHAPE 13-10, Lakenheath 7-2: On Saturday at Lakenheath, Joe Broughton and James Workman each pitched four-inning victories as the Spartans dropped the hosts to 0-6.
Chris Walker’s two-run triple backed Workman’s one-hitter in the nightcap. Broughton fanned six in his complete game in the opener.