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Recap

The Hornets got back on the winning side of the ledger mainly on the right arm of Konnor Thompson who dealt five scoreless innings cutting down eight Cameron Dragons on strikeouts in the process. The Hornets had just come through a gauntlet of baseball games that saw the pitching rotation and bullpen decimated, so it was exactly what Coach Bubba Dotson and the Hornets needed heading into a weekend break.

Thompson dealt with pinpoint control and efficiency, throwing 70% of his 59 total pitches for strikes, walking none.

The offense found its footing again as well thanks to the energy burst of a few JV call-ups and Anian Nicholas who belted and RBI double in the third inning to break the game wide open. Brock McLaughlin continued his hot streak with two RBI’s along with a two RBI night for Bryan Gallen. Casey Cayton has been on a tear through this stretch as well with seven hits over the last few games. Grant Lorenzen and Tim Moment both had two hit games. Moment reached reached all three at bats and also had three stolen bases on the night.

Also noteworthy in the nightcap of the double-header is that the Hornets played an errorless game as well as notched a nifty double play led by Nicholas to erase a Dragon rally.

Northtown improves their record to 2-3. The Hornets will rest for a couple of days and close our their Spring Break, but are back in the friendly confines of Macken Park on Monday as they play host to the Belton Pirates at 4pm.

Box Score


CAMERON DRAGONS (0) AT NKC HORNETS VARSITY (10)

CAMERON DRAGONS      AB  R  H BI  NKC HORNETS VARSITY  AB  R  H BI
Jaeden Hays           2  0  1  0  Lorenzen Grant        3  1  2  1  
Mason Hammond         2  0  0  0   Brett Kamler         0  0  0  0  
Jared Griesinger      2  0  0  0  Creekmore Austin      3  2  1  0  
Thomas Ramsey         2  0  0  0  Brock McLaughlin      3  2  1  2  
Elliot Turner         1  0  1  0  Bryan Gallen          3  0  1  2  
 Laine Grenier        1  0  0  0  Nicolas Anian         3  1  1  1  
Dylan Swindler        1  0  0  0  Nick Ward             2  0  0  0  
 Dalton Fuller        1  0  0  0   Devero Noah          0  1  0  0  
Dominick Hurst        2  0  0  0  Cayton Casey          2  1  1  1  
Ian Riley             1  0  0  0   Ladore Chris         1  0  0  0  
Jacob Roach           1  0  0  0  Guzman Sebastian      2  0  1  1  
                                   Kevin Pelico         1  0  0  0  
                                  Moment Tim            2  1  2  1  
                                  *Mora Andrew          0  1  0  0  
TOTALS               16  0  2  0  TOTALS               25 10 10  9

CAMERON DRAGONS               000 00 -- 0  
NKC HORNETS VARSITY           314 11 -- 10 

LOB--CAMERON DRAGONS 1, NKC HORNETS VARSITY 3. ERR--Jared
Griesinger, Jacob Roach, Jaeden Hays. 2B--Brock McLaughlin,
Bryan Gallen, Nicolas Anian. SB--Jaeden Hays (2), Brock
McLaughlin, Cayton Casey, Mora Andrew, Moment Tim (3),
Lorenzen Grant.

 CAMERON DRAGONS                 IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Grant Thompson                 2.67    9    8    4    0    2    0
Ian Riley                      2.00    1    2    1    2    4    0
 NKC HORNETS VARSITY        
Thompson Konnor                5.00    2    0    0    0    8    0

WP--Ian Riley (2). SO--Jared Griesinger, Mason Hammond,
Dominick Hurst (2), Jacob Roach, Laine Grenier, Dalton
Fuller, Ian Riley, Brock McLaughlin, Lorenzen Grant, Bryan
Gallen, Nicolas Anian, Guzman Sebastian, Ladore Chris.
BB--Moment Tim, Devero Noah.

Details

Date Time League Season
March 22, 2019 6:00 pm 2019 Varsity 2019

Field

Macken Park
Spruytte Cir, North Kansas City, MO 64116, USA

The Hornets got back on the winning side of the ledger mainly on the right arm of Konnor Thompson who dealt five scoreless innings cutting down eight Cameron Dragons on strikeouts in the process. The Hornets had just come through a gauntlet of baseball games that saw the pitching rotation and bullpen decimated, so it was exactly what Coach Bubba Dotson and the Hornets needed heading into a weekend break.

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