Edgewood gets late runs to finish off Cascade, 13-5
An eight-run seventh inning sealed a 13-5 win for Edgewood over Cascade on Saturday.
Edgewood scored in the seventh on an RBI single by Tanner Kolbe, a walk by Connor Morton, a walk by Mac Kido, an RBI single by Sam Saft, an RBI single by Gavin Robinson, a fielder’s choice, an RBI single by Josh Chasteen, and a walk by Kolbe.
The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to five lead changes in the game.
Josh Parrish got on base four times in the game for Edgewood. He scored two runs and had two RBIs.
Ryan Stuffle got the win in relief for Edgewood. Ryan Stuffle pitched two innings and allowed no runs.
Edgewood easily handled Cascade pitching as six hitters combined for 15 hits, eight RBIs and 10 runs scored.
Connor Horning was charged with the loss. He allowed seven runs in 1 1/3 innings, walked three and struck out none.
In the top of the first, Edgewood grabbed the early lead, 4-0. Kolbe singled to ignite Edgewood’s offense, before Kido singled, scoring Curtis Cowden. Edgewood pushed more runs across when Morton scored on an RBI single by Phillip Terrell, Kido scored on a steal of home, and Terrell scored on an RBI single by Josh Parrish.
Cascade survived Edgewood’s surge and put up four runs of its own in the first. Cascade scored on an RBI single by Mitch Duncan, an error, and a two-run single by Cameron Ginter.
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