The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Chinooks sweep Mules in doubleheader

 

April 18, 2019

Diana Zimmerman

Damion Curl winds up a pitch for the Wahkiakum Mule baseball team last Friday. The Mules lost two in the doubleheader against Kalama.

The Wahkiakum Mules baseball team lost two in a doubleheader at home against Kalama on Friday.

They lost the first game 6-0.

Brody Carlson started on the mound. He faced seven batters in the first inning, walking four, and allowing one hit and three runs. Damion Curl stepped in and faced the next seven batters. He allowed one hit and two runs. James Anderson pitched to 17 batters, striking out two and allowing three hits and one run. Luke Brown came in to pitch to the final batter, allowing no hits and no runs.

The Mules lost the nightcap 10-0.

James Anderson started the game. He pitched three innings, faced 14 batters, struck out three, walked one, and allowed three hits and three runs. Curl pitched the final two innings, facing 14 batters, striking two, walking one, and allowing four hits and six runs.

"Tristan Collupy was outstanding behind the dish and Brody Carlson had a fantastic day making all kinds of acrobatic plays at second base," Coach Marc Niemeyer said. "We have to clean up mistakes defensively and the mental side as well. Offensively, I thought we swung the bats well against one of the top pitchers in the state, we just couldn't find any grass."

 

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