Indian baseball wins two more to add to 6-0 record


Kaitlyn Brown

Senior Palmer Hutchison batting at the game against Russell. He pitched four innings in the second game, at the most recent game on April 1.

The Indian baseball team played at home versus Washburn Rural. They won their first game 8-1 and won the second 4-5.

In the first game, both teams went scoreless until the second inning when the Indians struck first and put two runs on the board. The scored another run in the third as did Washburn. They scored two more in the fourth and put another one in the fifth and finished up the game by putting two up more in sixth.

During the game, the Indians had 13 hits and no errors. Washburn had four hits and no errors as well.

Senior pitcher Trey Rigs went the whole game, he allowed four hits, had one walk,  and four strikeouts.

The second game started off scoreless again until the second inning when Washburn Rural got two runs. Then added another in the third and the Indians also scored one run, then add four runs in the fifth while Washburn added one more. The rest of the games was scoreless.

The Indians had one error and six hits, while Washburn had six hits and no errors.

Senior Palmer Hutchison pitched four innings and allowed four hits and had one walk and five strikeouts. Then sophomore Dominic Bainter came in and pitched one inning had he had one hit, one walk, and two strikeouts. Freshman Dylan Dreiling pitched two innings and had one hit and four strikeouts.

The Indians are 6-0 on the season and will play April 5 at Garden City.