Wildcats Baseball Team Ends Up on the Short End of a 4-3 game to Atlanta in Hallsville Tournament Saturday
After falling behind 3-0 to Atlanta, the Wildcats Baseball Team tied the game with 3 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning only to see the Rabbits score a decisive fourth run in the top of the sixth in the Reich Builders Classic in Hallsville Saturday (March 13). The 4-3 loss gave the Wildcats two wins and two losses in the three-day tournament. Atlanta scored what turned out to be the winning run without the benefit of a hit. On the day, the Wildcats outhit the Rabbits, 7 to 6. In the Wildcats big fourth inning, Ty Stroud, Kaden Wallace and Hayden Hurst scored runs and Hurst, Aiken Owens and Dawson Carpenter had the RBI’s. Carpenter and Wallace had 2 hits in the game and Hurst hit a double. Owens, who took the loss, pitched the first 5 1/3 innings allowing 6 hits and 4 runs while striking out 2 and walking five. Matthew Mitchell and Hector Martinez each pitched 1/3 of an inning and Martinez got a strikeout. The Wildcats season record is now 4-10. The Wildcats, who are 1-0 in district play, resume district play Tuesday night at Mount Pleasant.