Colonels Too Much For Easton

Jerry Shank
Maryland Director


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The Colonel Richardson Colonels broke open a 3-0 ball game with 12 runs in the fourth and fifth innings to cruise to a 15-1 victory over Easton HS in five innings.

The Colonels struck early in the game loading the bases in the first and scoring three runs on the board off of Easton starter Dante Hall. Jamison Covey knocked in two runs on a RBI single up the middle in the inning. Colonel Richardson would not strike again until the fourth inning, but they would strike in a big way, scoring seven runs in the inning. The Colonels would then add another five runs in the fifth inning to pull away to a 15-0 lead.

Colonels starter Jacob Zebron shut down the Easton hitters in the game as Easton did not get their first hit in the game until the fifth inning already facing that 15-run deficit. The Warriors would add a run in that inning to get their lone run of the game getting our final score of 15-1.

Zebron got the five-inning complete game, giving up two hits, and an unearned run while walking one, one hit batter, and six strikeouts. The Colonels accounted for 16 hits on the offensive end, led by Zebron going 5-for-5 with 3-RBI. Covey went 2-for-3 with 4-RBI. Ty Scott was also 3-for-3.