Baseball’s unbeaten streak goes to 11-0


Alyssa Underwood

Freshman Dylan Dreiling leading off on second during the game against Great Bend.


The Indian baseball continue with an unbeaten record when they took on Dodge City at home for a doubleheader. In the first game, they beat the Red Demons 8-7 and in the second, 17-3.

The Indians broke out first with putting two runs on the board, then the Red Demons scored one in the first, then they added three in the third. The Red Demons then scored one more in the fifth and two more in the sixth, the Indians also score one run in the sixth before adding five more in the seventh.

During the game, the Indians had seven hits and five errors compared to the Red Demons 10 hits and two errors.

Senior Palmer Hutchison pitched for five innings and had two walks and 10 strikeouts, sophomore Dominic Bainter came in to pitch an inning and he had one walk, then senior Chance Murphy came in for an inning and had one strikeout.

The second game was a different game than the first, both teams put runs on the board in the first innings but it was the Red Demons who were ahead 2-1. Then the Red Demons scored one in the second while the Indians scored four then added eight more in the third and four more in the fourth. Then kept the Red Demons scoreless in the fifth to end the game.

The second game for the Indians had 10 hits and one error, and the Red Demons had four hits and no errors.

Senior Cody Peterson pitched first in the second game and he went 3.1 innings and had six walks, and three strikeouts, then freshman Dylan Dreiling came in for 1.2 innings and he had four strikeouts and no walks.


The Indians are 11-0 on the season and will play April 18 at Great Bend and that will be a single game.