Knights drop two to Paris
In game one of a double-header on Saturday with the Paris Tigers, the Knights watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in an 8-1 loss.
Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond struggled to put runs on the board and had a tough time defensively containing Paris, giving up eight runs.
Paris scored on a home run by Jude Sullivan in the first inning, single’s by Mason Hutcheys and Bryan Kohlmege in the second inning, and a double by Hunter Cash in the second inning.
Logan Brough took the loss for ALAH. Brough allowed six hits and six runs over two innings, striking out one.
Wyatt Hilligoss and Brady Borntreger each collected one hit to lead the Knights.
Cash pitched Paris to victory. Cash surrendered one run on two hits over three and two-thirds innings, striking out seven and walking one. Lehman threw three and a third innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Paris tallied ten hits in the game. Sullivan, Hutcheys, and Kohlmege each racked up multiple hits for Paris. Sullivan led Paris with three hits in four at bats. Paris didn’t commit a single error in the field. Nate Hollingsworth had the most chances in the field with 11.
Game two was a heartbreaker for the Knights as they lost the lead late in a 10-6 defeat. The game was tied at five with Paris batting in the bottom of the sixth when an error scored one run for Paris. Despite the loss, ALAH did collect nine hits in the high-scoring affair.
Unfortunately, Paris had six hits on the way to victory.
Paris took an early lead in the second inning when Hunter Cash’s sac fly scored one run for Paris.
Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond evened things up at five in the top of the fifth inning when Nik Miller singled on a 3-1 count, scoring two runs.
Clay Seal started the game for Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond Knights Varsity. Seal surrendered nine runs on five hits over five and two-thirds innings, striking out three. Brady Borntreger took the loss for ALAH as the righty surrendered one run on one hit over one-third of an inning, striking out one and walking one.
ALAH saw the ball well today, racking up nine hits in the game. Miller and Brayden Fay each managed multiple hits, two each, to lead the Knights.
Jude King pitched Paris to victory. The hurler surrendered two runs on four hits over two innings, striking out two and walking zero. Zach Farahan and Johnson entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
Johnson went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Paris in hits.
Knights beat Monticello In Face of Early 3-Run Inning
Despite allowing three runs in the fifth inning, Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond defeated Monticello 7-4 on Thursday, April 22.
ALAH fired up the offense in the first inning on an error scoring one run.
The Knights tallied five runs in the fourth inning as Logan Brough, Clay Seal, Nik Miller, and Wyatt Hilligoss each had RBIs in the big inning.
Hilligoss pitched ALAH to victory. He lasted four and a third innings, allowing four hits and four runs while striking out five. Miller threw two and two-thirds innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Collecting six hits on the day, Brough and Hilligoss both managed multiple hits, two each, for Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond.
The Knights were sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Brough made the most plays with nine.
Dawlton Chupp took the loss for Monticello. He lasted two innings, allowing one hit and two runs while striking out one.
Jacob Trusner went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Monticello in hits.
ALAH Knights Holds Off Tuscola, 5-Run Deficit Nearly Erased
The Arthur-Lovington Atwood Hammond Knights built a five-run lead in the fourth inning and then held off Tuscola’s charge for a 7-6 victory on Monday, April 19. Tuscola scored four runs in the failed comeback on a home run by Addis in the fifth, a home run by Musgrave in the fifth, a walk by Musgrave in the sixth, and a fielder’s choice by Cunningham in the sixth.
ALAH collected six hits and Tuscola had ten in the high-scoring affair.
The Knights fired up the offense in the first inning as an error scored two runs for ALAH and notched three runs in the third inning. The offensive onslaught was led by Quentin Day and Logan Brough, who each had RBIs in the inning.
Brough earned the win for the Knights as he allowed six hits and four runs over four and two-thirds innings, striking out six and walking zero. Clay Seal and Brady Borntreger entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief. Borntreger recorded the last three outs to earn the save for ALAH.
Tiezzi took the loss for Tuscola. The bulldog allowed six hits and seven runs over five innings, striking out four.
ALAH tallied six hits. Logan Brough and Aaron Seegmiller had multiple hits for Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond. Seegmiller and Brough each collected two hits to lead the Knights.
The Knights tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Nik Miller led the way with two.
The Warriors scattered ten hits in the game and socked two home runs on the day as Addis went deep in the fifth inning and Musgrave had a long ball in the fifth inning.
Tiezzi, Addis, and Musgrave each managed multiple hits for Tuscola. Tiezzi went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Tuscola in hits.