Tinora 19 Ayersville 3 F/5

On another chilly, cold, wet evening from Grube Field, the Rams took on Pilots of Ayersville in the baseball edition of the River Rivalry. The 6-6-1 (1-4 GMC) Pilots made the short trip across the river to take on the 9–3 Rams, 3-2 in conference play.

Both starting pitchers, Blake Hauenstein of the Pilots, and the Rams Alec Schaublin struggled with control during the wet conditions.
Unfortunately for Hauenstein, he lasted just 1 and 1/3 innings, giving up five runs, walking six Rams, but not allowing a hit.

Ayersville jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first. Abe Delano would score on a fielding error on the Rams on a hit ball by Carter Michel.

Tinora would take a 3-1 in the bottom of the first. Ayden Moser and Kadyn Radzik would each reach via a walk. Moser would score on an RBI fielder’s choice by Dalton Wolfrum. Radzik would score on a wild pitch to give the Rams a 2-1 lead. Alec Schaublin would walk and score from first on a Pilot error, making it 3-1 Tinora after one inning.

Ayersville would tie the game 3-3 in the top of the second inning. Trenton Florence and Lucas Fishpaw would each reach and score on a Rams error, tying the game.

Tinora would grab a 5-3 lead in the bottom of the second. Eli Plassman would walk and score on an RBI single by Dalton Wolfrum, and Teron Ward would follow with a sacrifice fly, scoring Ayden Moser who previously walked.

The Rams bats would break the game open in the third. Tinora would send 10 hitters to the plate. Luke Harris would get the Rams first hit of the game, starting the six-run uprising. A Kadyn Radzik RBI single would give the Rams a 6-3 lead.
Dalton Wolfrum would again be a thorn in the side of the opposition, collecting his fourth RBI on the day with a two-RBI single, putting the Rams up 8-3. Luke Harris would collect two hits in the inning.
Tinora would close out the third, leading 11-3.

The Rams would put the game away with an eight-run fourth inning to grab a 19-3 lead. Harris, Wolfrum, Peters, and Plassman all with RBI’s in the inning.

Alec Schaublin would retire the Pilots in order in the top of the fifth to move to a 5-1 pitching record on the season. Schaublin allowed 3 runs, walked 4, and struck out 2 in the Rams win.

Tinora improves to 10-3 overall, and 4-2 in the GMC. The Rams will host Antwerp on Thursday in the final GMC game of the season.

The Pilots fall to 6-7-1, 1-5 in conference play. The Pilots will host Hicksville Thursday.

The Higbea Embroidery Player of the Game again went to Dalton Wolfrum. Wolfrum has been scorching at the plate for the Rams. Congratulations, Dalton

Listen back to the win.

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