Corey Ballew through five innings and struck out 11 of 17 batters in the Steers’ 14-0 win Tuesday night against Hirschi. He hit an inside the park home run with one out in the bottom of the third inning.
Leader photo by Mike Williams
Steers trample Huskies in five-inning game
The Steers made short work of Hirschi at home Friday night while securing their 11th straight win. They needed just five innings and defeated their visitors 14-0.
Corey Ballew threw a no-hitter and added a home run to his cause to lead the Steers to victory. It all started with six runs in the first inning and eight more added over the next two.
Alex Strawbridge flew out to center field to start the bottom half of the first inning. One pitch later, Ballew singled to left field. With Brant Coley at the plate, Ballew advanced to second on a wild pitch. Ballew scored the first run of the inning after Coley advanced to first on an error. Coley, Johnson, Joel Gomez and Nick Helm each added runs in the opening inning.
For the rest of the story, see the April 3 edition of The Graham Leader.