Boys Freshman Baseball · Divine Child Defeats Resilient Trenton Trojans Freshman


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Divine Child High School vs Trenton High School
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2 4   1
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R 9   8
H 3   12
E 1   3

Despite an 8-run deficit in the third inning, Trenton Trojans Freshman almost came all the way back, eventually falling 9-8 to Divine Child on Saturday. Trenton Trojans Freshman scored seven runs in the failed comeback on a single by Ethan Rooney in the fourth, a groundout by Cristo Likiardopoulos in the fourth, a single by Jason Marshall in the fourth, a single by Rooney in the fifth, and a double by Brady Bewick in the fifth.
Trenton Trojans Freshman fell behind early in the loss. Divine Child scored on a walk by #7, an error, and a walk by #6 in the first inning.
Divine Child opened up scoring in the first inning. #7 drew a walk, scoring one run.
Trenton Trojans Freshman tallied four runs in the fourth inning. The offensive onslaught by Trenton Trojans Freshman was led by Rooney, Likiardopoulos, and Marshall, all knocking in runs in the inning.
Divine Child scored four runs in the second inning. The offensive onslaught by Divine Child was led by #16, #3, #15, and #7, all driving in runs in the inning.
Marshall toed the rubber for Trenton Trojans Freshman. He surrendered five runs on one hit over one and one-third innings, striking out one. Blake Brewer and Josh Hall entered the game from the bullpen, throwing three innings and two-thirds of an inning respectively.
Marshall started the game for Trenton Trojans Freshman. He surrendered five runs on one hit over one and one-third innings, striking out one
Trenton Trojans Freshman tallied 12 hits in the game. Rooney, Marshall, Josh DeChane, Hall, and Nick Mator all collected multiple hits for Trenton Trojans Freshman. Mator, Hall, DeChane, Marshall, and Rooney each managed two hits to lead Trenton Trojans Freshman. Eli Stein led Trenton Trojans Freshman with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with nine stolen bases.