Indian baseball remains undefeated after taking on Garden City


Kaitlyn Brown

Senior Cody Peterson pitch at the first home game of the season.

The Indian baseball team traveled to Garden City where it won their both games, 8-1 and 12-0.

The first game started scoreless until the second inning when the Indians score two, then they scored two more in the third, then three in the fourth. To finish out the game both teams scored one in the seventh innings.

During the game, the Indians had 13 hits while Garden had four. Both teams had one error.

Seniors Palmer Hutchison and Willie Sennett pitched this game. Hutchison went five innings and had one walk and six strikeouts. Sennett completed the game taking two innings and had two walks and two strikeouts.

The second game started off with the Indians scoring one run in the first, then three in the second, four in the third, one in the fifth and then scoring three in the sixth.

The Indians had 12 hits and no errors, while Garden had four hits and five errors.

Senior Cody Peterson took the mound to pitch four innings and had two walks and six strikeouts. Then Dylan Dreiling came in to pitch two innings and had one walk and four strikeouts.

The Indians are 8-0 on the season and will play April 9 at home to take on Great Bend.