SPRINGHILL – The North Webster Knights took the field for the first time since heavy rains washed away a week’s worth of baseball and took a 9-5 victory over Stanley.
The Knights (9-3) showed little sign of rust, hanging nine runs on their opponent while totaling five timely hits. Logan Vidrine picked up where he left of on the mound, pitching 6 1/3 innings, striking out eight batters. He allowed eight hits on the day.
Connor McClure had an RBI single in the first, a single in the third and a RBI sac-fly in the sixth, finishing 2-3 with two RBIs. North Webster did their damage late and early, scoring four runs in the first frame, followed by one run in the third and four more in the sixth.
Vidrine, Daniel Lewis and Patrick Modisette had RBIs for the Knights and Riley Orr, Clay Mahaffey and Kyle Harbour had singles.
The Knights will take on Castor today at home with first pitch set for 5 p.m.
The North Webster Lady Knights defeated Choudrant convincingly at home, 10-2.
The Lady Knights totaled 16 bases on 10 hits in the winning effort, moving their season record to 8-4 under first year head coach Alyssa Ford.
Madeline Farley started and went three innings, striking out four batters and allowing five hits. Lindsey O’Neal came in to relieve her, pitching four innings, allowing one hit and striking out two Choudrant batters.
Shay Smith blasted a two-run home run to lead the Lady Knights who also got a big day from Caitlyn Maples who went 3-4 with two singles, a double and two RBI.
O’Neal finished 3-4 with three singles and a RBI, Rhandad Putman went 2-4 with two doubles, Farley had an RBI and Aubrey Rasberry added a single.
North Webster will take on Booker T. Washington tonight at 5 p.m. in Springhill.