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Baseball Strong Against Friends' Central

Varsity baseball continues to roll.

In a non-league game Friday, the Quakers stroked 11 hits and claimed a 10-2 win over visiting Friends' Central.

Junior Brendan Pell went 3-for-3 with three apiece of RBI, steals and runs scored. Soph Mike Siani turned two hits, including a double, into two RBI while adding two steals. Senior catcher Kenny Bergmann – no courtesy runner for him – also thieved two bases. Junior James Gabor posted two RBI.

The starter, junior righthander Matt Gorman (shown above with coach David Miller), allowed one hit in three scoreless innings.

"We were off to a slow start with a 5-2 lead after four innings," coach Miller noted. "Then we woke up in the fifth and put up (four runs). Our goal is to run, run and run. We stole, I believe, 11 bases and we love to take bases on balls in the dirt."

Posted by S. Sexton in silary, spring sports on Sunday March, 20, 2016 at 02:20PM
Tag:  baseball
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