JCBI: Two for Tuesday

During a pair of league games Tuesday night in Jefferson City, JCBI took on the Steelers followed by the Jackhammers, winning both games 13-3. The boys were playing pretty well up until Coach Schreimann mentioned how well the boys were playing. And at that moment things went south, like someone threw a switch, literally the next pitch, the boys made several back to back errors. It made for a tense few moments –never, NEVER tempt the baseball gods! Anyway, the boys recovered and managed to get out of the game, only giving up a few runs.

Now if someone could just turn up the thermostat –baseball just isn’t baseball at 40 degrees and it’s May cryin’ out loud!

Update: 5/2/2008 John Haynes provides the game summary.

JCBI 13U Wins

The JCBI 13U baseball team won two games Tuesday evening in BC League games at Field of Legends, beating the Ashland Stealers 13-3 and the JC Jackhammers 13-3.

In the win over the Stealers Scott Stegeman was the starter and picked up the win, pitching 2 innings with a pair of strikeouts, with Dan Haynes and Joey Smith pitching relief.  Haynes had a double and 3 RBI, Sam Atkinson had 2 RBI and Stegeman, Dylan Brauner, Trevor Rucker, Jake Laughlin and Trevor Rucker had 1 RBI each.  Alex Johnson scored 3 runs, Haynes and Corey Beard each scored 2 runs; Atkinson, Laughlin, Stegeman, Rucker, Smith, and Rylie Klosterman also scoring for JC.

Against the Jackhammers Dylan Brauner was the starter and picked up the win, also pitching 2 innings with a pair of strikeouts, Riley Klosterman pitched 2 innings and had 4 strikeouts, and Corey Beard pitched the last inning.  Joey Smith led the hitting with a pair of hits including a triple and 4 RBI; Klosterman, Atkinson and Alex Johnson each had two hits, with Atkinson, Johnson and Haynes having 2 RBI each; Brauner and Stegeman also had 1 RBI each for JC.   Scoring for JCBI were Beard and Brauner each picking up 3 runs, Klosterman scored twice, and Joseph Limbach, Johnson, Haynes, Stegeman, and Thomas Beul each scored a run.

JCBI is now 9-5 for the season.

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