Indian baseball sweeps Colby on March 26


Kaitlyn Brown

Senior Willie Sennett pitches in a home game last year.

The Hays High School Indian baseball opened their season up with a pair of wins against Colby on March 26. They won the first game 4-0 then the second game they won 9-1.

In the first game, the Indians scored one run in the first inning, then didn’t score again until the six where they scored one the finished the game with one run in the seventh.

Throughout the game, the Indians had five hits and three errors and held the Eagles back with one hit, the Eagles also produced three errors as well.

Senior pitcher Trey Riggs went the whole game, he allowed only one hit and had 16 strikeouts.

The second game started off with two runs in the first, three in the second, one in the fourth and three in the sixth. The Eagles only run came in the fourth inning.

The Indians had an errorless game and produced eight hits. Three errors are what the Eagles had along with one hit.

Senior Palmer Hutchison pitch 3.2 innings and had one run, one walk, and four strikeouts. Then sophomore Dominic Bainter came in and pitched 2.1 innings and allowed one hit, and had one walk and two strikeouts.

The Indians are 2-0 to start off their season and will be playing on Mar. 28 to take on Russell at home.