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Rushville 10, Cambridge City 9

The following is an unedited varsity baseball report from Rushville coach Kyle Harpring. We thank him for the report.

Rushville scored single runs in the first, second, and third innings to take an early 3-0 lead over host Cambridge City on Wednesday evening. The Eagles then recorded six straight singles on the way to nine singles in the inning, leading to nine runs and a 9-3 lead.

After neither team failed to score in the fourth or fifth innings, the Lions were down to their final six outs and still trailing by six runs. A furious rally tied the score in the sixth and a single run in the seventh allowed the team to escape with a one-run victory, 10-9. The win improves Rushville to 8-5 on the season.

Tyce Carroll was the starting pitcher and the victim of some bad luck, as several of the Eagle singles landed just out of reach on Lion fielders. He lasted two and two-thirds of an inning, allowing nine runs on nine hits and walking one batter. He recorded no strikeouts. Jake Barnes relieved Carroll during the big inning and allowed a couple of singles, but also pitched two more solid innings to give the Lions a chance for the rally. In total, Barnes pitched two and one-third innings, allowing three hits and no runs with one walk and no strikeouts. Adam Leising came in to record the final six outs and earn the victory on the hill. He struck out two and walked one, while not allowing a hit or run.

Carroll bounced back to record a huge two-out single in the sixth to tie the score at nine. Cameron Craig led off the seventh with a triple and scored the go ahead run on a double by Zach Hoeing.

For the game, Hoeing led the team with two singles, a double, two runs scored, and two runs batted in. Aaron Duncan added a double and a single and drove in four runs. Craig (triple), Barnes, Carroll, Jacob Ray (double), Tyler Wilson, and Mason Springman all added hits. Springman’s hit tied the school hitting streak record at 13, set by Eric Harpring in 2006.

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