The Pacific Indians Varsity lose 7-5 to Washington (MO)
Lane Smith collected three hits, but the Pacific Indians Varsity still fell to Washington 7-5 in seven innings on Wednesday at Pacific.
Lohrer recorded the win for Washington . He allowed one run over five innings. Lohrer struck out five, walked four and gave up four hits.
Washington was sparked by McGilvray and Davis, who teamed up for four hits and three RBIs.
Austin Muich couldn’t get it done on the bump for the Pacific Indians Varsity, taking a loss. He lasted just four innings, walked two, struck out six, and allowed five runs.
The game’s last lead went to Washington thanks to a first inning rally that saw three runs cross the plate on two singles.
After pushing across one run in the bottom of the second, the Pacific Indians Varsity faced just a 3-1 deficit. A passed ball sparked the Pacific Indians Varsity’s rally. Finally, Lohrer got Justen Ehlts to strike out to end the threat.
Washington scored one run in the third inning, and then followed it up with one more in the fourth. In the third, Washington scored on a steal of home, bringing home Davis.
Washington added two more runs in the top of the sixth. The inning got off to a hot start when Gauzy singled, scoring Landwehr. That was followed up by Davis’ double, plating Gauzy.
After pushing across four runs in the bottom of the seventh, the Pacific Indians Varsity faced just a 7-5 deficit. An RBI single by Smith, a walk by Hunter Finney, an RBI single by Noah Brocato, and an RBI single by Ryan Ray triggered the Pacific Indians Varsity’s comeback. Finally, Davis got Lucas Vandaveer to strike out to end the game.