The Washington C.H. 10-year-old all-star baseball team improved to 2-0 in District Eight pool play with a 29-1 win over visiting First Dayton Tuesday.
Washington scored all the runs (three) it would need in this game in the top of the first inning.
First Dayton scored its only run of the game in the bottom of the first.
Washington collected 26 hits and committed one error.
First Dayton did not have a hit in the game and committed seven errors.
Three Washington pitchers threw a combined no-hitter Tuesday.
Luke Crabtree started and got the win for Washington.
He pitched 1.2 innings with one run, three walks and three strikeouts.
Brady Armstrong pitched 1.1 innings with one walk and two strikeouts.
Bryson Osborne pitched the fourth inning, striking out the side.
Washington had seven players with at least two hits.
Two players had four hits and one player had five hits.
John Wall led the offensive attack for Washington, going 5 for 5 with two doubles and a triple, five runs scored and four rbi.
Brady Armstrong went 4 for 4 with three doubles and a triple. He also reached on an error and scored five runs. He had four rbi.
Coleden May was 4 for 4 with an inside-the-park home run, two rbi and three runs scored.
Will Miller was 2 for 3 with a triple and three runs scored; Evan Lynch was 2 for 4 with an inside-the-park home run and three rbi; Bryce Yeazel was 2 for 3 with two rbi, one walk, one stolen base and four runs scored.
Eli Wilson went 2 for 2 with a double and a triple, one rbi and two runs scored.
Washington plated three runs in the top of the first.
Will Miller reached on an error and moved to second on a passed ball.
After one out was recorded, John Wall hit a double, scoring Miller.
Brady Armstrong doubled, driving in Wall and Armstrong later scored on a passed ball.
In the bottom of the first for First Dayton, Isaiah Parker walked and stole second.
He later scored on an error for what would prove to be First Dayton’s only run of the game.
Washington increased its lead to 9-1 in the top of the second.
Coleden may led off with a single and stole second.
With one out and May now at third on a passed ball, Christian Heath singled to make it 4-1.
Miller reached on an error and Bryce Yeazel singled in Heath and Miller to make it 6-1.
Wall singled to scored Yeazel and Armstrong hit a double, scoring Wall to make it 8-1.
Evan Lynch grounded out, driving in Armstrong for a 9-1 score.
Crabtree, May and Corbin Melvin all singled, but Washington left those runners stranded.
In the third inning for Washington, 24 batters went to the plate, with 20 runs scoring to make it 29-1.
Washington had 16 hits in the inning, including triples by Miller, Wall, Wilson and Armstrong; doubles by Wilson, Wall and Armstrong and an inside-the-park home run by Lynch.
Three First Dayton base-runners, one each in the first, second and third innings, (all reaching via walks), were put out on the bases; one overran second after stealing the base and the other two were caught in rundowns.
Washington had its shortest inning of the game in the fourth, with a walk to Smith and a single by Miller, but no runs were scored.
In the bottom of the fourth, Bryson Osborne struck out the side to end the game.
Washington will be back at home Wednesday to take on Eaton at 6 p.m.
Offensively for Washington C.H.: Will Miller, 2-3, roe 2x, 1 3b, 3 runs; Bryce Yeazel, 2-3, 1 bb, 1sb, roe, 2 rbi, 4 runs; John Wall, 5-5, 2 2b, 1 3b, 4 rbi, 5 runs scored; Brady Armstrong, 4-4, 3 2b, 1 3b, 4 rbi, 5 runs; Evan Lynch, 2-4, 3 rbi, 1 inside-the-park home run, roe; Luke Crabtree, 1-2; Coleden May, 4-4, 1 inside-the-park home run, 3 rbi, 3 runs; Corbin Melvin, 1-2; Christian Heath, 1-1, 1 rbi, 2 runs; Bryson Osborne, 1-3, 1 sb, 1 run; Eli Wilson, 2-2, 1 2b, 1 3b, 2 runs, 1 rbi; Isaiah Smith, 1-1, hbp, 1 sb, 1 rbi, 2 runs.
W 36(20) 0xx — 29 26 1
FD 100 0xx — 1 0 7
Reach Chris Hoppes at 740-335-3611, ext. 1104, or on Twitter @choppes1
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